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Submitted by zaminoda 539d ago | news

Microsoft on What Went Wrong with Age of Empires Online

Age of Empires is a great IP and when Microsoft released the MMO version in August 2011, many players played it. But Age of Empires Online turned out to be unsuccessful because of the poor business model it used at launch. Today at GDC, Executive Producer Kevin Perry looked back the original F2P model of the game and explained how they fixed it. (Age Of Empires Online, GDC 2013, Industry, PC)

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