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Submitted by Daavpuke 489d ago | interview

Secrets of Raetikon Dev Speaks On Steam's Game Dumping Pushing Indies Off The Homepage

GG3 writes: "Last week, Secrets of Raetikon released its indie title in a day where it was followed by more than a dozen others in the span of a few hours. It vanished from Steam’s prime spot of visibility, the homepage, without a trace as soon as it arrived." (PC, Secrets Of Rætikon, Steam)

AKissFromDaddy  +   489d ago
Good read.
Daavpuke  +   489d ago
It's always better when a developer chooses to be open about their projects. Though openness is often misjudged as being a dick, if think the developer manages it well here.
AKissFromDaddy  +   488d ago
Agreed.

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