Submitted by NonShinyGoose 862d ago | article

The diversity of developers’ black sheep

With game budgets forever rising and big name franchises more important than ever, the days of versatile development studios are slowly coming to an end. Here’s a look at eight games where the developers involved are far from whom you’d expect. Behold the black sheep of gaming: (Culture, Dev, Industry)

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