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Submitted by Wiiloveit 1000d ago | article

Critical Path Is a Positive Step Forward for the Gaming Industry

"Respecting the fact that there's a fair share of it taking place already, advocacy is something the gaming industry could sure use more of. When such efforts are directed with an educative purpose in mind, the end result is often one that reflects goals of establishment, clarification, exposure, and/or equalization. Sometimes all four. But that's still just one side of it. With respect to the vast knowledge base seen on an internal level, we who are active observers are very privileged to be living during a time where not everything relating to the game development process is kept under lock and key. And how wonderful it is when those deeply-rooted in the field display a spirit of generosity and hospitality in this regard." -- Wiiloveit.com (Culture, Dev, Industry, Jason Rohrer, Nolan Bushnell, Rhianna Pratchett, Sid Meiers, Susan Wu, Tim Schafer, Warren Spector, Will Wright, Yoshinori Ono)

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