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Submitted by MattS 719d ago | opinion piece

Gamers: the games industry is not the enemy! A lack of mutual understanding is

Digitally Downloaded writes: "Two bits of news over the past day, and more specifically the reaction to that news has once again made clear to me a start divide between the gamer and the game maker. It’s become almost an us-and-them rather than a mutually beneficial relationship, and that’s a pity because it’s an unhealthy way for a market to exist." (Industry)

Godmars290  +   719d ago
This article is pointing fingers in the wrong direct: it been game makers who have been looking at gamers as the enemy. Even in presented examples its Ubisoft exploiting AC's popularity and in the other Nintendo's ignoring a nitch title because it don't represent their general market approach.
MattS  +   719d ago
You skim read it, didn't you? I mean, amongst other things the article doesn't point fingers in any direction...

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