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Submitted by gulevski 595d ago | opinion piece

Game Demos Actually Keep The Industry Honest

"I’ll be brutally honest when I say this; at the DICE Summit 2013 Jesse Schell took to the stage and discussed the game industry and while a lot of his commentary was right-on, the part that stuck out to me and many others was his talk about game demos. " | Explosion.com (D.I.C.E, Dice, Industry, Jesse Schell)

mochachino  +   595d ago
I remember when the only time your could get a demo was by buying a $13 magazine.

...I just remembered why I thought Xbox Live was a good deal.

My, how the times have changed. Now I think Live is a complete rip off, which it is.
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