I've been logging into Break Studios almost every day in June and July and see zero available titles. Usually I have no problem getting titles, I don't know about everyone else, but I know what I've been seeing for the past 2 months is certainly not normal at all. Trust me, there's usually at least 30 to 50 titles sitting around in there and I've been writing for Break Studios since Spring of 2010.
I've emailed them about this strange decline and am waiting to hear back. Is Break Studios on the verge of closing or something? Has anyone else been having the same problem or is it just me?
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