This photo provided by Sony shows a scene from the video game, "Sunset Overdrive." (AP Photo/Sony)
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The industry has long mined popular games like "Call of Duty," "Super Mario Bros".The sci-fi shooter "Destiny," alternate history adventure "The Order: 1886," cartoony shoot-'em-up "Sunset Overdrive" and man-versus-monster match-up "Evolve" could steal attention away from the latest crop of "Call of Duty," "Halo" and "Assassin's Creed" games, the same way that then unheard-of "Watch Dogs" and "Titanfall" did the past two years at E3."Watch Dogs," an open-world action game that casts players as a vigilante hacker roaming around Chicago, sold 4 million copies after it debuted last week, becoming gaming's best-selling "new IP".Unlike the developer's previous series, "Destiny" requires gamers to always play online.
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