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Op Ed

The New York Times - Video Games Are Destroying the People Who Make Them.
"Among video game developers, it’s called “crunch”: a sudden spike in work hours, as many as 20 a day, that can last for days or weeks on end. During this time, they sleep at work, limit bathroom breaks and cut out anything that pulls their attention away from their screens, including family and even food. Crunch makes the industry roll — but it’s taking a serious toll on its workers."

10. Re: Op Ed Oct 26, 2017, 14:19 Suppa7
Bumpy wrote on Oct 26, 2017, 13:13:
Despite the hate for early access games, many EA games are honestly driven by passion instead of $$. is a great example of a small group of people passionate about making a game changing sim.

You mean unfinished game, the game is never going to be finished.
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