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April 23rd, 2008, 12:46
I also prefer to get my sweaty hands on a demo before making a purchasing decision. seems fewer people are providing them these days - I guess extra dev costs etc. I do think that,though, it is always possible to construct some scenario (even if it's short) which shows off both the technical and gameplay aspects of your product. I don't buy the "awesome scope" type argument. I do buy the financial ones, however - people who feel they need to demo their game will, those who feel they are sufficiently established will simply not (mostly). In the latter case I will erm…sample…the game and make a decision based on that. And read reviews of course, but we all know those have to be taken with a pinch of salt!
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