Funcom, ArenaNet, and heck, even Blizzard have all turned to the popular online gaming community at Reddit to participate in what is known as an Ask Me Anything (AMA). These Q&A sessions are in real-time and can get quite heated, although they are monitored closely by Reddit mods.
The results of these AMAs are sometimes up for interpretation as weeding through the oceans of questions for anything meaty can be a chore. Nonetheless, more and more game studios are discovering how effective these scheduled events can be.
So who (in MMO gaming) would you like to see do one of these AMAs? If your favorite MMO dev studios haven't jumped in yet, would you like to see them go for it? Or do you think it's a waste of time? Let us know!
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The Daily Grind: Which studio would you like to see do a Reddit Ask Me Anything?
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