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Submitted by MasonicGamer 727d ago | article

Great British Gaming

MasonicGamer.com: Do people pay much attention to where their games are made? I think, in general, the majority of people assume that big blockbuster games are from Japan or America and certainly not Guilford or Edinburgh. I think this is a shame because the British games industry has a lot to be proud of. There should certainly be more coverage of the fact that videogames that make millions of fans happy and generate millions of pounds, not dollars or yen, for their developers are being made in this green and pleasant land. (Industry)

Emilio_Estevez  +   727d ago
A lot of good games coming out of there.

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