On the history channel they say that allowing allot of developers and not
keeping standards on the games that were produced and distributed for their
game consuls was the main down fall of Atari.
What you said seems to make sence to me, but what do I know.
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Am I missing something, and maybe not looking at it right or not
understanding something, but don't these companies realize that if they made
these programs available to more developers, and at a lower cost, the number
of games available for their systems would vastly increase?, and so would
their income? I'm not talking specifically about making games playable by
the blind, either. If I wanted to develop games for, well, whoever, that
could be played on a game console, if there were fewer restrictions and less
of a cost to me, and how many other potential game developers, the money
would be coming in even faster to the console designers and sellers.
Shepherds are the best beasts!
Kitchen's Inc, for games that are up to 110 percent funner to play.
Chardon Ohio USA
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