Originally posted by El_Cid
""They removed some of the requirements for XBLA games, but there are still a lot of requirements, and I believe that, at least for a single-player game like my game, the vast majority of these requirements are unnecessary
," he says.
"I put in a tremendous amount of work meeting all these requirements, when I could have put that work into the actual game, and made it even a little more polished, little bit better."
Blow says Microsoft's XBLA certification process is intended to ensure a standard of quality for all titles on the service -- "But I feel like it actually decreases the quality of games, because people spend so much of their energy on these things that users don't even really care about." - from the article I posted.
And yet again Asher you only go to prove your total lack of objectivity about anything to do with MS. You are your own worse enemy, I don't actually have to post anything - the PR bulls**t for MS just flows from your fingers like the bot you are(or nerve stapled MS employee you probably are
It's quite sad you lack the ability to step back and see the wood for the trees, but it does give you a certain maniac charm, even if it means I've learnt to take anything you say with a pinch of salt in terms of it's objectivity.