Industry doesn't 'take you seriously' until you make a console game, says Octodad dev

The harsh reality of being an indie developer is that audiences — and even other developers — may not take a studio seriously until they've created a game for consoles, Octodad: Dadliest Catch developer Philip Tibitoski told Polygon.

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_QQ_1706d ago (Edited 1706d ago )

Really sucks for indies, on one end you want to work on the best system(PC) but on the other hand... this...

mikeslemonade1705d ago

Yep, consoles is mainstream. PC gamers stuck playing second fiddle..

_QQ_1705d ago (Edited 1705d ago )

lol nope

kingduqc1705d ago

More like pc is innovation and consoles is watered down...

mikeslemonade1705d ago

Look again at the libraries between consoles and PC. Sure you can innovate but if no buys it then where you gonna be your just stuck with what planetside, WOW, Crysis?

Console side basically all the exclusives are pretty innovative.

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nofallouthero1705d ago

sad but true, oddly enough indie games sell better on pc

Nujabes_1705d ago

Really? I'd like him to say this to the guys over at CD Projekt RED.

Anon19741705d ago

How the hell do you figure CD Projekt Red is indie? They've got over 100 employees and were created by a successful company that invested millions into them.

kingPoS1705d ago

Could be that as far as most parents are concerned; game consoles are more accessible to kids than a gaming pc.

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