Try our new beta!Click here
20°
Submitted by Lavalamp 1250d ago | interview

Tim Schafer on free-to-play, showing works in progress and Brutal Legend's misleading marketing

EuroGamer: "We caught up with Sir Timothy Schafer to gather his thoughts on free-to-play business models, self-publishing, and what went wrong with Brutal Legend." (Brutal Legend, Industry, Tim Schafer)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Review: Pokemon Rumble World (Nintendo 3DS) | Digitally Downloaded

8h ago - DD: Alternatively, you skipped past the free-to-play game, which means you are either unaware it... | 3DS
40°

The Witness Review – Life Is One Giant Puzzle | WCCFtech

8h ago - WCCFt: The Witness is an excellent puzzle game, featuring many complex yet fair puzzles, a great... | PC
Ad

Top 5 Games To Play - February 2016

Now - It's time to see what this month has to offer... Here's Your Top 5 Games To Play In February 2016... | Promoted post
30°

Review: Act It Out! A Game of Charades (Sony PlayStation 4) | Digitally Downloaded

8h ago - DD: I think this developer has an awful lot of latent talent within it, and it’ll be one to watc... | PS4
30°

Review: Inside My Radio (Sony PlayStation 4) | Digitally Downloaded

8h ago - DD: As a rhythm game fan, I have to say that Inside My Radio left me disappointed. It might have... | PS4
40°

Review: Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight (Nintendo 3DS) | Digitally Downloaded

8h ago - DD: And that goes back to my original point; Etrian Odyssey is the 100 foot gorilla of the dunge... | 3DS