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Submitted by Simonkey75 1308d ago | news

Games industry “pandered to hardcore gamer for far too long” – Ian Livingstone

Eidos Life President Ian Livingstone OBE believes that the games industry lost its way from its family-friendly origins in the 1970s by focusing on the hardcore market, but that the proliferation of games that appeal to people of all ages and interests in the last few years has redressed the balance. (Eidos, Ian Livingstone, Industry)

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