Small players making it in global gaming market

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Developers from tiny markets like Australia are not necessarily disadvantaged when making games go global - a marked contrast to the film industry.

In the 1990s, a number of brave Australian companies tried to enter the international market for console games. Within a few years, they had become fee-for-service enterprises working for American studios, or had simply been bought by overseas companies.

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