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    Maybe Xaviant is on the right path now.
    The story of The Culling and its horrendous sequel, The Culling 2, is a lesson to all game developers. The Culling started off as a unique battle royale experience which mostly resembled The Hunger Games. However, developer Xaviant changed The Culling so much before launch that it was almost an unrecognizable product by the time it left early access. This drove away many gamers and ultimately led to the studio abandoning the title a few months after release.

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    07-18-2018 12:30 PM

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