As usual, insightful stuff. Its pretty wishful thinking to figure a monopoly will benefit the consumer in any way.
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'Voices of Reason' 'Jim Sterling' Pick one. He is alright as an loud internet voice who thrives on the cesspit forum trenches and attention, but he isn't what I'd call the most reasoned character with a microphone and camera. And well, I'd say that's part of his appeal, and obv. the joke of his escapist thing.skrat_01
Can you point out some part in the video where what he's saying is incorrect? In fact, most times he's spot on.
Only reason I've seen people say they hate him is for his smugness
[QUOTE="darkspineslayer"][QUOTE="ShoulderOfOrion"] http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2010/02/anatomy-of-a-60-dollar-video-game.htmlBrunoBRS"That leaves publishers with about $27 per disc sold" Keyword publishers. How much is going to the people who do the work? Either way, it was the authenticity of the first picture I was calling into question. Decent read anyways. i imagine devs get paid monthly, and may or may not get a bonus depending on performance, rather than having their paycheck rely on sales.
I always though devs got money to make the game and for wages etc and then after just a small percentage of the sales but not a whole lot. The publisher got more to try recoup what they paid you to make the game
Use your keyboard!
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