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This comes just a few weeks before 'Monster Hunter World' is released on PC.
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This has larger implications for the Chinese game industry that reaches beyond distribution, too.
Players worldwide are still eager to catch 'em all.
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"My concern is that, looked at upside down, 'We want to make games-as-a-service' sort of misses the point," said Take-Two's CEO.