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Published May 14, 2010

As gamers mature, so must the industry. That’s the general theme for this week’s Reader, which has Justin and Nick pondering how developers can cater to broader audiences without abandoning the core gamer. They first look at a recent opinion piece from GamePro’s John Davison, in which the industry veteran suggests that “more content” doesn’t necessarily mean “better game.” In the second half of the show, Justin and Nick talk about the challenges of localizing the Ace Attorney series. Who knew that such a ridiculous game could work as a sly satire, too? Not Americans, apparently.

Relevant Links:

John Davison’s’ “Too Big and Too Hard”

Fintan Monaghan’s “Phoenix Wright’s Objection”

The first details on Best Buy’s @Gamer

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