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Submitted by MonkJammas 746d ago | news

Chris Taylor: ‘people don’t want to see the ugly emotional under-belly of the games industry’

Gas Powered Games CEO Chris Taylor has shown more honesty than we’re used to during the Wildman Kickstarter campaign, but on reflection he thinks people don’t want to see that level of openness, saying “I’ve learned that people don’t really want to see the under-belly, the ugly emotional under-belly of a professional working in the games industry or anybody.” (Chris Taylor, Gas Powered Games, Industry, PC, Wildman)

senorwakko  +   746d ago
I disagree, I think there are many who are interested in the "underbelly" of gaming. The issue is that there are too many people who just talk to talk and those who are really interested are the ones who do not say anything but listen.

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