TimeGate Studios Support GamesAid with Section 8: Prejudice

As a token of their generosity, over the holiday season TimeGate Studios made several donations to the openly embraced videogames charity organisation, GamesAid. GamesAid acts as a broker of charitable activity on behalf of the industry, and has recently received a series of $45 (USD) donations from TimeGate Studios, symbolising the amount of money gamers will save by purchasing the forthcoming Section 8: Prejudice as a downloadable title as opposed to a boxed retail release.

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pr0digyZA2853d ago

Very good considering they aren't the most wealthiest developer.

Roper3162853d ago

if it is on disc for my PS3 then I will get it. If it is a DL only title again I won't be getting it. So it is up to you Mr. Developer weather or not I buy your game.

sp1deynut2853d ago (Edited 2853d ago )

They receive $14.99 from you (technically less than that), the consumer...and in turn, make a $45.00 donation in your name? Call me crazy...but that doesn't seem like sound economics. And to think they dumped SouthPeak...the publisher where games go to suck and die....and decided to publish this on their own. If they wanted to go bankrupt, they should have stuck with SouthPeak, so they'd at least have an excuse. :o

If GamesAid wasn't already a known charity, I'd swear this was bogus, just like when George Costanza gave out the fake "Human Fund" donation certificates for Christmas.

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