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an interview with one of the CDPR managers where he speaks about importance of staying independent from big publishers

That seems a bit hypocritical - the parent, CD Projekt, sustained itself and grew mostly by PL localisation and distribution of titles from big publishers.
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Edited 2013-02-22 00:01 UTC

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