This is the second part of my article discussing gaming in Russia, Ukraine and the other CIS countries. It’s based on a trip I made to KRI, the Russian game developers conference, in 2008. Go here for part one.
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This is a piece about Russia, Ukraine, and the future of PC gaming. It is about creativity, piracy, and thirteen tonnes of software every day.
A version of this article, which is based on my trip to Moscow and KRI last April, appeared in the May edition of PC Gamer UK. I’ve updated and expanded it for RPS, and broken it into two parts for ease of reading. Here’s part two.