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Destructoid - Love and war in the world of PS Minis with FuturLab

Destructoid - The choice was simple: Go indie or go big. However, over the past console generation, this changed. Now, some indies make more money than major studios, and “going indie” has become a fair bit more difficult than uploading a game and running a PayPal account: it involves contractual obligations, marketing, and press representation, among other things. (Futurlab, PS Vita, PS3)

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