It's not a game company. It's a communist, money-making, pot-smoking, money-grabbing, developer-killing and egotistical company that is losing its sense of direction and its love for video games.
Hands down the possible worst video game developers out there. While it's an interesting idea to introduce religion to the NES for the target audience but what would the outcome be when they were released without any approval from Nintendo whatsoever?
It also seems that Wisdom Tree hired programmers and designers who had never made games before. It makes you think that the developers were a group of priests and nuns from a Church who made games part-time.
I have mixed feelings for Electronic Arts. On the positive side, I praise EA for developing and publishing a lot of great sports games, action games and iPhone apps over the years but on the negative side, I cannot forgive them for what they did to Origin Systems, Bullfrog Productions, Maxis, Westwood Studios and Pandemic Studios. They acquired these companies, pretending to be a powerful ally whereas their actual goal is to monopolize the games industry by befriending and eliminating their competitions. That to me is morally cruel and unacceptable.
Once a golden company in the golden age of gaming, today Rare is neither a silver-platted company nor bronze-platted. It's plastic. Ever since their merging with Microsoft in 2002, Rare doesn't seem to care about their products anymore.
With such memorable games like Battletoads, Conker, Killer Instinct, Jet Force Gemini and Goldeneye 007, it feels strange they don't even attempt in making sequels or followups to these titles - not even Donkey Kong Country. I've been dreaming for Battletoads and Conker sequels for a long time but it seems apparent Rare is so occupied with the Kinect games. Oh Rare, whatever happened to you?
Famous for developing the box office-bombed Superman 64.
I've never liked Sega. Never was a fan and never will be. They don't know a thing about their target audience. Pity.
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