Paradox On Staying Lean And Mean In PC Biz

Paradox Interactive's Fredrik Wester says the Stockholm-based developer-publisher is surviving gamely amid the global economic crisis -- working primarily in the PC game arena to boot -- thanks to a very targeted operations method Wester suggests might be a wise way forward for many such companies.

The company started in 1999 doing development only, but since entering global publishing in 2004 and adding a New York office, has published 20 games, mostly PC strategy titles including Europa Universalis, Galactic Civilization, Rush for Berlin and fan-favorite Hearts of Iron.

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