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Submitted by johnpolson 1249d ago | news

Ronimo Dev Reveals Proun Sales Data; Gamers Opted Not to Pay

[DIYGamer] Despite loads of high profile, positive reviews (IGN and Eurogamer, for example), Joost Van Dongen’s Proun was not the financial success it could have been. The key word here is “could,” as the developer has decided there was potential to make more money off of his project if only he forced purchasers to be a little less lazy. (Awesomenauts, Joost van Dongen, PC, Proun, Ronimo Games, Swords & Soldiers)

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