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Submitted by t0asty 443d ago | opinion piece

We Are Often The Biggest Problem With The Gaming Industry

We’ve seen it more and more often. Hardworking, dedicated game designers that work tirelessly because they want to provide an experience to players like nothing they’ve ever played before are attacked, threatened and in extreme cases driven to give up the one thing in this world they hold most dear. Even after producing some of the best games of this generation, innovators and game visionaries are pushed to the edge by us. The people behind the keyboard and monitor, with an internet connection and unlimited anonymity giving us the illusion of entitled opinions and consequence free actions. We’re the sickness that is killing some of the greatest things this industry has to offer. (Culture)

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