As a indie developer in a country that don't have a commercial agreement with the US, I hope steam listen to Epic. Steam takes 30% of my revenue, and US gov. get another 30%, than I need to pay taxes in my country (Brazil). So in the end, i get roughly 20% of the full price.
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DICE 2015: Oddworld's Lorne Lanning (Shuhei Yoshida, PlayStation)
Shu Yoshida, President of Worldwide Studios Sony Computer Entertainment, and game developer Lorne Lanning discuss the 20 years history of PlayStation. Yoshida talks about his view on fostering game development and the gradual dissolvent of barriers between “Indie” and “AAA” type videogames.