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game with Gamasutra.
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Developer Roundtable: Triple-A, Free-to-Play
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Gamasutra's Best of 2012
2012 has been a landmark year for shifts in the game industry, and that's why Gamasutra, in the form of this round-up feature of our annual year-end pieces, has taken an expansive look back at the year -- to closely examine what has happened in the past 12 months.
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The Burning of
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Designing Freemium Titles for Hardcore Gamers
How do you get hardcore gamers interested in your free-to-play game? What is the perfect tension between compelling gameplay and frustration? Designer Pascal Luban explores the lessons he learned since moving to freemium.
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