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Report article RSS Feed ModDB - The Quest for a better Indie Community

Posted by Arcones on Dec 18th, 2012

So I just read an article on Polygon, a website dedicated to all things gaming, and they featured our very own Scott and Dave (Intense! and Henley) in the interview. You can read the entire thing here.

It's awesome that Polygon did this feature and that ModDB is getting more press. And if you didn't know the backstory of ModDB (I knew some of it, but the article showed me a few things I hadn't known) it's a great read to learn about how ModDB came to be!

If you have the time, I'd recommend reading it :)

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_w_ Dec 19 2012 says:

I read it too, finally moddb is getting some real media backup :D

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Sab3rr Dec 19 2012 says:

wow thx for sharing! really interesting :D

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Arcones Dec 20 2012 replied:

Yeah my pleasure :D

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