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Xsolla works to deliver the best payment + billing services to video game publishers and developers around the globe. Xsolla 8-year experience in the gaming industry and partnerships with over 1000 games, helps the company bring the best practices to its technical products and comprehensive support services.

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  • advanced technical solutions designed to increase conversion
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Posted by Ulyana Chernyak on Fri, 21 Nov 2014 02:24:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design, Production, Console/PC
Steam's importance cannot be understated for game development and there are some features that developers are not aware of that they can leverage for their titles.

Wrapping up this post series, we come to the latest market for the video game industry -- F2P and how it has impacted both designing and selling games.

Continuing from our previous post, the online age also saw the formation of digital stores and services like Steam and irreversibly changed the Game Industry for all parties.

Continuing our series we begin our look at when the Game Industry entered the digital age with the use of online stores.

Up next on our look at the video game market we come to trading in games. A very popular option for consumers and storefronts but has always been looked down on by publishers and developers.

Posted by Ulyana Chernyak on Fri, 07 Nov 2014 01:25:00 EST in
Continuing our look at how the video game market has changed, we turn to renting games and how it rose, fall and then changed for modern audiences.

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Comment In: [Blog - 07/02/2014 - 07:29]

The problem with surveys is ...

The problem with surveys is that it 's hard to get accurate data from them even if you offer incentives. If you try to force people to take surveys Like Dungeon Keeper they either wont ' do it or they 'll give you all 5 stars or no stars just ...

Comment In: [Blog - 07/01/2014 - 12:43]

In my opinion, they would ...

In my opinion, they would still fall into the area of restrictive as you are spending money to get around some in game barrier. Much in the same way that the IP boosts work in League of Legends