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Submitted by BrianSharon 670d ago | interview

An Interview with Martin Brouard - Executive Producer at Frima Studio | Sharon Shares

Being the Executive Producer at Frima Studio (the largest Canadian-owned video game studio) for half a decade, Martin Brouard is among the most qualified individuals to speak on the current status of the video game industry in Canada. Sharon Shares sat down for an interview with Martin about just that while he and Frima were in the middle of a full-swing Steam: Greenlight campaign for Zombie Tycoon II. (Casual games, Dev, Frima Studio, Industry, Martin Brouard, Mobile, Next-Gen, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Steam, Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge)

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