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Submitted by TheXploder 189d ago | opinion piece

VGU Talks: Is Phil Fish Right?

As Phil Fish postes up his comments on gamers taking ad-revenue from developers via YouTube videos, is he right in what he has to say? Or is he in fact not understanding the concept? (Culture, Phil Fish)

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MrSwankSinatra  +   189d ago
Depends on how you look at it. One would say that people doing lets plays is actually free advertising which opens up to people buying said game. Another way you could look at is that people doing lets plays just enables people to not purchase said game because they can just watch in it's entirety for free on the internet. It all depends on the game to be honest.

In the case of Phil Fish he should be glad people are doing let's plays of his game. We all know that when it comes to indie games that let's plays actually help the game sell more. There is a endless flood of indie games which can cause some games to get lost in the fray.
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