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Free-to-play is 'a waste of time' for publishers like EA, says Duke Nukem creator

Duke Nukem's co-creator George Broussard has called investment in free-to-play a "waste of time for uber [publishers] like EA", and suggested that larger corporations are "chasing biz models" rather than "letting game design thrive".

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shutUpAndTakeMyMoney2783d ago (Edited 2783d ago )

lol he thinks they want game design to thrive? lol $$$$

mafiahajeri2783d ago

Its not like its charity work or something its a business offcourse their attracted to good business models. Its a business afterall!

rdgneoz32783d ago

"waste of time" - Sort of how people felt about the last Duke Nukem game...

MySwordIsHeavenly2783d ago

If only this guy had been involved with that game... :/

NastyLeftHook02783d ago

your games are a waste of time.

MySwordIsHeavenly2783d ago

He created Duke Nukem. That game was incredible.

JBSleek2783d ago

You have criticism EA for not letting game design thrive yet you put out a horrible game.

F2P is a business model like others which means small transactions throughout the life cycle which isn't too bad as they are often small and spread out so it isn't wallet breaking as the regular $60 package with $10-$15 DLC.

AngelicIceDiamond2783d ago (Edited 2783d ago )

Duke Nukem should of been F2P, Seeing what a disaster that game turned out to be. I can't believe people spent 60 bucks for a puddle of mud of a game. Now who got there " time wasted" again?

aquamala2783d ago

it's practically F2P lol, it was on sale new for $2.99 at Best Buy couple weeks ago.

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