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Submitted by TheSoundDefense 1280d ago | opinion piece

Yes, game companies can be evil | Gamer TV Network

A recent article from IGN speculated on whether or not Activision was really evil as a gaming company. Unfortunately, the writer missed a couple of rather critical points. (Activision, Bobby Kotick, Industry)

xyxzor  +   1280d ago
The author brings up some good points, but needs to further expand on his points. Writing a few sentences in response to what IGN said doesn't really get the job done.
MultiConsoleGamer  +   1280d ago
You can't spell ignorance without IGN.

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