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Submitted by CranberryPub 1903d ago | news

Telltale CEO: 'Consoles Offer 40% Revenue'

GamerZines: Telltale Games' Dan Connors has revealed that his company makes nearly 40% of its revenue from the various console platforms, proving that it's worth porting the likes of Sam & Max and Monkey Island to the PS3, 360 and Wii.

"We generally launch with one console partner during the run of the season, and usually does about 40 per cent of the revenue," Explained the CEO in a recent interview. (PC, PS3, Sam & Max, Wallace & Gromit Grand Adventures, Wallace & Gromit in Fright of the Bumblebees, Wallace & Gromit in Muzzled, Wallace & Gromit in The Bogey Man, Wallace & Gromit in The Last Resort, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures: The Last Resort, Wii, Xbox 360)

Credit url: gamesindustry.biz
Lucreto  +   1903d ago
I love Sam and Max. I got the PC version but I caved in and also bought the PS3 version.

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