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I think this applies more to traditional game publishing than online game publishing but great post none the less. A perfect game project will have just the right funding yes but more importantly the key team members (rather than just a rockstar individual) must have worked before and ideally had one success and one failure together. Then you need a game concept that has real market potential.

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