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Submitted by iamironman 979d ago | news

Publishers take the risk, so it’s fair they get the bulk of profits, says Revolution head

IncGamers: Revolution Software managing director and co-founder, and Broken Sword creator, Charles Cecil believes that it’s fair that publishers take the “lion’s share” of profits when they’re the ones taking the risk by fronting the development costs.

In an interview with IncGamers, Cecil spoke about the fact that his studio has in the past made “nothing at all or very little” by partnering with a publisher – but the relationship means that it’s reasonable for publishers to expect the bulk of profits. (Broken Sword: Serpent's Curse, Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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