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Rev Rant: Donate


3:00 PM on 07.23.2009



Every week, "Reverend" Anthony Burch talks about aspects of game design and gamer culture in his weekly "Rev Rant" video series.

Admittedly, this week's rant turned out a lot more angry and weirdly serious than the other ones I've done -- it's maybe the only video thus far that could accurately be labeled a rant due to its content and not just out of cute alliteration.

It's basically about how we will pay large sums of money for the chance to play bad games, but will almost never pay very small amounts of money to reward good designers who release their wares for free. 

The games playing in the background are MoneySeize, Passage, Today I Die, Assassin's Creed, and the trailer for its sequel.






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