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October 10th, 2013, 13:32
In a world of shuttering slow-profit-but-potential-gangbuster-hit studios by their parent companies and milking their IPs comes…

Seriously, pulling the plug on a studio like Ion that's full of hard-working creatives like Warren and Harvey because the profits aren't exorbitant (or don't come fast enough) is what saddens me most about much of the industry in the U.S.
It's these European and Russian studios that are making me smile these days. Passion, teamwork, originality…all in the hands of real gamers. Sure, not all studios will make it, but at least they're willing to roll the dice -just because they believe in it.
Ok…rambling; just woke up.
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