I utterly defy you to convince me Resident Evil 6 nearly selling six million copies yet still failing to meet expectations could be blamed upon the used game market. When you’re selling that much, and still failing to make investors happy, something is fundamentally wrong with the process of videogame production itself, not the imaginary dragons of used games and game rentals that are conjured up as quick and easy scapegoats.

Jim Sterling (via caramelzappa)

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Making AAA games is a business and the manufacturers in that space are absolutely allowed to set their terms. All of this only strengthens the value position of Indie Game Companies / Indie Devs and so, I say, go for it EA; have fun.

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