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Submitted by CaptainCamper 731d ago | opinion piece

Developer Interviews | Fact Or Fiction

The inevitable hype train that leads the release of practically every MMO game today can be a bit of a double-edged sword. On one hand we can get a sneak peak at our favorite upcoming games or projects, but on the other hand it gives developers the perfect opportunity to spread misinformation in the hopes of increasing sales. I won't pretend that the latter doesn't exist as I've experienced it first hand and I wouldn't say lying during interviews is a common practice in the industry but it's concerning enough to warrant some attention. (Industry)

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