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This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  gus 12 years, 6 months ago.

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  • #4218

    peter_b
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  • #22046

    aphra
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    gosh I wonder do they know about us? Anyone know anyone in UL involved in this?

    also if they drag out that claim about being bigger than the film industry one more time…yawn….it is bigger than US box office not the entire film industry…and only if you include hardware and accessories

    Aphra

  • #22047

    peter_b
    Participant

    gosh I wonder do they know about us? Anyone know anyone in UL involved in this?

    also if they drag out that claim about being bigger than the film industry one more time…yawn….it is bigger than US box office not the entire film industry…and only if you include hardware and accessories

    Aphra[/quote:91372e9eb4]

    i suspect they do, because they announced it at the digital hub during the video games month in may, so im sure they must have talked to some one there.
    Also ul probably wouldnt be starting a course if it wasent for resources like here and ppl demanding it.

    yeah i suspect that that press release was S.R’s words and not UL. ppl do love that stat.

  • #22064

    kyotokid
    Keymaster

    .it is bigger than US box office not the entire film industry…and only if you include hardware and accessories [/quote:602b18eab8]

    The $50 a pop “ticket price” helps too :)

  • #22178

    gus
    Participant

    *skeptical*

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