the major devs are
or rather companies are gma, pcs, usa, dracoent, lworks, bpc.
there are minor devs, kitchensinc, and maybe those at audiogames.net.
ma-dy, and maybe jayson at entombed, jeanluc on soundrts, maybe a couple
others, the guy that did night of parasite although who knows.
everyone else is just hmm not on the list of relyable devs.
Nothing personal, but I think what you stated here about the devs is total
To say Jims games are small potatoes and that he isn't as important as the
folks releasing commercial games is just asinine. Last I checked, Jim has
more solid titles out there than any of the other developers, and most of
them combined. And if his games haven't been colectively played more than
any other developers out there, I'll eat my shorts.
And to say USA games is top tier and blind adrenaline is below them is
ridiculous. Nothing against Thomas, but blind adrenaline has 4 commercial
releases out there now, all making money, all running with over 95 percent
success rate on the systems and all with pretty much unanimous praise from
the players. As of this writing, USA games hasn't released a single
commercial title, although one has been imminent for quite a while. Again,
no slam on thomas' work, what I've seen of it shows he knows what he is
doing, but I don't know what standard you could possibly be going by to rate
what he has done over Kitchens Inc and Blind Adrenaline simulations. Rail
Racer was voted best game of 2007, and you don't even mention Blind
Adrenaline in your little list.
Most of the time I just disregard your drivel, but these posts needs some
If you are going to deem yourself worthy of making comparisons between
game companies, you need to show you half way know what you are talking
about, or be deemed unable to post a solid opinion.
Sorry if this comes across harsh, but I am proud of Blind Adrenaline's
accomplishments, as I am sure Jim is of his, ditto for Jean Luc with Sound
RTS, and rightly so, and to be judged second or third tier unjustly is just
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