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Submitted by Carheadbutt 715d ago | interview

Community Spotlight: Discovery Freelancer

So often these days we only look towards the newest of games, but what about those that are back in the past? Sometimes games don’t really die out, hardcore fans keep them alive through modding and tight-knit communities. Even with no hope of a sequel to look forward, they keep on trucking. In this case we have a game that is rapidly approaching it’s tenth anniversary, and yet maintains a vibrant community. (Freelancer, PC)

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