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Submitted by Lavalamp 283d ago | opinion piece

New Game+: Preserve gaming’s past for a better future

SnackBarGames: "This has been an ongoing discussion for quite a while now, but certain company policies have made the topic of game preservation something worth talking about again. I originally began writing this after Microsoft’s Xbox One debacle involving its online requirements and game installs. Things were pushed back once the issue was resolved and Microsoft did a complete turnaround on the policies that made seemingly everyone despise their upcoming console. With the potential threat of our current downloadable games disappearing and the all-digital future companies want to push, though, this is something worth examining regardless of policy changes." (3DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

ala_767  +   283d ago
this is Definitely a good news!
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