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      It’s easy to believe that video game publishers like Electronic Arts
      are full of cartoon villains which is why people were so quick to share a
      recent rumor about the publisher firing Plants vs. Zombies’ creator for
      refusing to make the sequel pay-to-win. The truth as always is far more
      complicated than that.The rumor started over the weekend on a podcast
      called Roundtable Live where Binding of Isaac director Edmund McMillen
      told a story about one of his friends George Fan. McMillen said:

      This
      is a semi-unknown story and I hope I’m not stepping on toes with it...
      It involves a friend of mine George Fan. George made a game called
      Insaniquarium he made it ages ago and it won a lot of awards. He got
      headhunted by Popcap and Popcap hired him sent him off with two more
      people in a small office and said hey make a game. And he said ‘OK I’m
      gonna make Plants vs. Zombies.’ And he made Plants vs. Zombies. It was
      hugely successful. They got acquired by EA. EA made that game even more
      successful. And then they were like ‘OK we’re gonna focus on this and
      we’re gonna make a sequel spinoffs this this and this.’ George was like
      ‘Great I’ve got an idea for a sequel.’ He developed this game
      independently as well an independent mindset with a small team of
      people. It was personal. Knowing the guy I can see: the characters are
      personal every bit and piece is something from him so it was his baby.
      And they’re like hey let’s make the sequel we’re gonna put it on mobile
      and we’re gonna do this “pay to win.” And he’s like ah I don’t know
      that’s not a good idea I don’t really want to do that with my game and
      they said “You’re fired.” And he left... This is such a newsworthy thing
      and it’s frustrated me for years that there’s not news stories about
      this.

      Yesterday this anecdote popped up on Reddit where it
      skyrocketed to the front page with over 17,000 points. News outlets like
      IGN picked up the story too. After a month full of outrage over Star
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