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Submitted by Sylpheed 969d ago | article

The paradox of player-choice driven game endings

Developers should not be blamed for games with shallow, player-choice driven endings. Technology and money are the problem. (BioWare, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dev, Eidos Montreal, Industry, Mass Effect 3, PS3, Xbox 360)

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