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Gamewatch.org [Nov. 1st, 2004|01:45 am]
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So, let's talk about it. What would you like to see?

Edit: Hello all. I'm sorry about this, but I've turned on screening for anonymous comments in this thread and the top one on the blog. We have a troll who has been spamming comments every few hours or so, and I just don't have time to keep coming in here and deleting them. Rest assured if you post anything that ISN'T vulgar, I will unscreen it as soon as I see it. Hopefully the troll will lose interest soon and I can lift this.
Edit 1/4/2005: Comment screening turned back off; thank you all for your patience. =)
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From: (Anonymous)
2004-12-29 03:07 am (UTC)

PC Gamer Article

Just in case anyone is interested, the latest Dec. 23rd issue of PC Gamer UK features an intersting 2-page feature on this whole situation. They provide a link to this very livejournal aswell. It includes quotes from anonymous developers also and that some gamers are planning to boycott companies with bad employment records. A small quote from the article:
"Some brotherly gamers have even talked of boycotting games from publishers and developers with bad employment records. But while you might boycott EA's Madden 2005 with a smile, would you shun Half-Life 3 if Valve was implicated in such an uproar? Theres now talk in the US of developers sueing there employers. Perhaps only the courts can make every company take its responsibilities towards it's staff seriously, and end this unhealthy working hours arms race"
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