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Submitted by MattS 782d ago | opinion piece

The disappearing mid-tier of game development, and why this is worrying

Digitally Downloaded writes: "EA Chief Operating Officer, Peter Moore has confirmed something that many of us knew, but is a frightening statistic for the health of the games industry: too much revenue is generated from too few franchises." (Industry, Peter Moore)

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