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Submitted by r0gueZA 1535d ago | article

Activision co-founder: Guitar Hero is a victim of "transitions to electronic distribution"

Activision co-founder, Alan Miller thinks that the dropping of the Guitar Hero franchise by Activision could be an direct result of the huge changes the gaming industry is experience, specifically as Activision ”transitions from retail to electronic distribution.” (Activision, Alan Miller, Industry)

Credit url: gamesindustry.biz

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