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Submitted by iamironman 678d ago | news

Kickstarter and similar pose no threat to publishers, says Charles Cecil

IncGamers: Some commentators have said that crowd-funding sources such as Kickstarter marks the beginning of the end for the traditional publisher.

However, Charles Cecil, creator of the Broken Sword series and head of Revolution Software, has said that he doesn’t buy into the idea and that publishers the developer-publisher relationship will continue to exist. Albeit, perhaps, in a different form. (Broken Sword: Serpent's Curse, Charles Cecil, Industry, Kickstarter, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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