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Console-Like Games for Facebook?

By Daniel Sparks - Apr 3, 2013 at 6:00PM

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Social gaming feels a change coming its way.

After Facebook's (FB 1.83%) announcement that it's looking to target core gamers in the future on its social gaming platform, things could change for top social game developer Zynga (ZNGA). Facebook could potentially attract established game companies. Will Zynga be able to preserve its lead if Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) and Electronic Arts (EA -0.11%) bring in their loyal fans to the Facebook fold? Fool contributor Daniel Sparks explains it all in the video below.

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