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Submitted by Arithan 887d ago | opinion piece

Indie Games Better Than Most AAA Titles

GoozerNation writes, "When people hear about popular games, it is usually made by big gaming companies. Those companies have the money and support to market their products better, but it doesn’t necessarily mean the game itself is great. For many game companies, the goal is to make a profit. This is especially true with games released over the past few years where the quality isn’t as good as games from the past. Many AAA games today seem rushed. There are only a few major game companies that seem to care more about quality than money. This is where indie games start to shine." (Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Dungeon Defenders, PC, Space Pirates and Zombies, Trine)

Rainstorm81  +   887d ago
MAybe Some... but Most? Naw i think that a bit of a stretch
from the beach  +   887d ago
Indie games are cheap crap made by amateurs and played by little hipsters who want to seem 'cool' and 'different'.

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