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Submitted by TransientDreamer 495d ago | news

Ubisoft’s Carsten Myhill on Big and Small Games in Next-Gen: “There’s Definitely Room for Both”

With the next generation of gaming upon us, the challenge has arisen for the industry’s major developers to push the envelope even further with these new consoles and hardware at their disposal. As we move away from the current generation and into the next, what does this mean for smaller and independent games? (Carsten Myhill, Dev, Industry, Jeffrey Yohalem)

minimur12  +   495d ago
Of course there is, they're called AAA and 'indie' games :)

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