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Submitted by RogueSmurf 760d ago | opinion piece

2013: The Year of the Indies – Development and Journalism - PCGMedia

PCGMedia's Editor in Chief takes a step back from his professional position to talk to you merely as someone with a love for videogames. He takes a look at the increasing indie ethos, and accuses AAA publishers of having the fatigue; not, as they argue, the gamers. He argues that 2013 will be a year of gaming shaped by independent development, able to compete on x86 architecture of the next generation.

It's a lengthy piece, but it's written with a lot of love, with enough information to substantiate anything too contentious. Of course, it's an opinion piece, so the author doesn't claim to be talking about rights or wrongs. (Culture, Dev, EA, Industry, Larian Studios, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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