Well, keep in mind here that most independent developers are in it more
for the pleasure of doing it than the money. Call it a hobby that brings
in a few extra dollars and cents, and the real value is creating game
worlds from scratch, and letting people play in those worlds. That's not
the same thing as Sony, Microsoft Game Studios, Activision, etc that are
in it purely for profit. If you can't show the big corporations a reason
to make accessibility to make it financially worth while they'll ignore you.
There may be people inside the company, developers who would agree with
us, and would like to help, but we rarely get a chance to talk to them
directly because of the customer service weenies that actively answer
the phones, respond to the e-mails, and reply to the normal mail too.
With the small indipendant developers you can usually talk to the lead
developer directly, and bend his ear to your needs, suggestions, and
give him input unfiltered by customer service weenies. Therefore we will
always hold a better position with the independant game developers
rather than the big name companies that are only interested in your money.
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