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0:0128/08/2007Posted by David Scammell2 Comments

Broken promises and bare-faced lies, two things most gamers that have ever fallen into the hype-trap will have suffered firsthand. Developers and PR companies bandying the name of their latest game about like there’s no tomorrow, building hope and anticipation, bumping up their reservation numbers and, rather unfairly, selling a poor game to millions of disappointed gamers. We know not to fall for it, but inevitably we still do…


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