Game development budgets list shows some whopping expensive titles

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 15 January 2014 22:02 GMT

Over on Kotaku, Internet sleuth Superannuation has gathered together a list of publicly available and reliable citations indicating the cost of developing games, starting with Frogger and E.T in 1982 and ending with some of this year’s major releases, including Destiny. It’s a great resource for anyone interested in the costs of games so do check it out, and compare and contrast with claims the industry will be worth $100 billion by 2017.

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