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Comment In: [Blog - 05/28/2014 - 05:16]

I find that the article ...

I find that the article is really about control freaks. Whether they be auteurs or not read: creatives or managers they all have the terrible narcissistic tendencies that we learn to despise over the years. And they typically throw their own teams under the bus at the first occasion. r ...

Comment In: [News - 04/15/2014 - 07:24]

In other news: Cars are ...

In other news: Cars are found to perform best on roads.

Comment In: [Blog - 11/06/2013 - 04:27]

I feel like I could ...

I feel like I could learn something valuable if I could actually understand the terminology. r n r nCost-per-engagement r nCost-per-install r nGMIC r n r nIn France, most cooking books and cooking shows feature chefs that use a very technical terminology, and show recipes that require lots of time ...

Comment In: [Blog - 09/19/2013 - 09:51]

Kudos for a nuanced article ...

Kudos for a nuanced article about F2P Not every game needs the same meta-game features. It 's quite a relief to see this kind of discourse, which is a rare occurrence in these days.

Comment In: [News - 05/07/2013 - 01:57]

This is hearsay, so take ...

This is hearsay, so take it with a grain of salt: Apparently, Patrice had struck a very unique deal with THQ, where he pretty much had complete control over the project, including release date and marketing material. r n r nI presume that, when Ubisoft acquired this project, they inherited ...

Comment In: [Blog - 04/20/2013 - 09:54]

Great article r n r ...

Great article r n r nOne problem with play among adults is that we all get tired of doing the same over and over again. Many games are a great deal of fun until we get tired of them. A few people are happy to engage in obsessive, long-term points-hunts ...