L.A. Noire coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and HTC Vive on November 14

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  1. Jonna

    Jonna Some sort of musician.

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    This probably isn't the best example, just to say. They used to actually be humble and be about raising awareness about indie games at a smaller cost to the consumer. Now-a-days, that seems like a secondary directive.
     
  2. Mariko

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    That is exactly why they are a good example of how money changes everything. At first it was all about helping sick children and struggling developers, but they started raking in millions. Now, they're a regular business looking out for their own interests, thus spamming me to the point I had to unsubscribe. They run a regular storefront, offer monthly bundle sales, so on, so forth. I'm not saying this is "evil". It's a business model. They want to make money, just like EA, which gets labeled as a slave driver of the industry, yet they publish successful games which sell like crazy.

    This is wildly off-topic, but I was just trying to make a point. We all love money, and this is especially true for companies selling things. Amen.
     
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  3. Jonna

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    Reflecting on that, this is a good point.
     
  4. SlCKB0Y

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    Around that time the Wii got Bully and the DS got Chinatown Wars.