Three years? I may have presumed they had a shorter length of time because I clearly remember reading an article stating that Shiny would have liked a less restricting timeframe to complete the game. Perhaps they had plans to make the game an epic by having it in development for so long. If I remember right, Wild 9 was in pre-production for eighteen months, so clearly Shiny love having that freedom to allow their creative juices to flow.
Ah sure, with 4 million shipped and Sold they really dont give a fly feck.
I mean the only ‘justice’ would be if, in the future, normal consumers would pick up a box and see the name ‘ATARI’ on it – be so repulsed -and therefore decide not to purchase the game because they thought ETM was really bad.
I’m not sure that;
1) Most consumers hated ETM
2) Their past experience of a bad product from publisher X would affect a future purchase from that publisher.