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Submitted by IPwnNoobsLol 604d ago | opinion piece

Why Exclusive Sports Licenses Hurt Their Respective Games

Allan Muir of VGU.TV takes a look at exclusive sports licenses in games and why they hurt the genre (All-Pro Football 2K8, High Heat Baseball 2003, Industry, Madden 13, MLB, MLB 12: The Show, MLB 2K12, MVP Baseball 2005, NFL Tour)

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