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Submitted by Tolkoto 773d ago | interview

Indie developer discusses XBLA holiday sales and the impact (or lack thereof) of review scores

A surprisingly interesting interview with Niv Fisher, the founder of SpikySnail Games Studio and developer of The Splatters for Xbox Live Arcade. (The Splatters, Xbox 360)

midnightambler  +   773d ago
Microsoft doesn't really seem to care about smaller games on the store any more. Shame.
DV_Bastian  +   773d ago
Did they ever?
Belking  +   773d ago
I don't think that's true....and its not MS fault that 99% of indie games are crap. Some devs need to focus more on improving their games rather than trying to make a quick buck and they would probably have more success. There is a chance that if you make a good game, people will buy it, but if the game is crappy you really can't blame anyone else.
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