Eutechnyx's Darren Jobling has revealed that his company is doing better deals following the closure of rival development studios over the past years.
Although the director of business development agrees that studio closures are an unpleasant part of the business, those developers that have survived the console transition are able to take full advantage of emerging opportunities, he said.
"This is one of the best times to be a game developer and content provider," commented Jobling at last week's Northern Exposure event.
"The number of developers has reduced tremendously, and I agree that's a bad thing, but it's also good for those that are left. Putting on a selfish hat, it allows us to do better deals. We're doing the best deals that we've done since I joined Eutechnyx," he said.