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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 421d ago | interview

Firemonkeys's Michael De Graaf talks Real Racing 3 tracks, cars, and going free-to-play

Pocket Gamer: After witnessing the community reaction to Real Racing 3 going free-to-play, you'd think that the team at Firemonkeys would be hiding out in a nuclear bunker right about now.

But, that's not so.

The Melbourne-based developer is, in fact, out in force, promoting its upcoming game ahead of its global launch on February 28th. (Firemonkeys, iPad, iPhone, Michael De Graaf, Real Racing 3)

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