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Submitted by Lavalamp 1179d 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)

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