Nintendo had some silly policies during the NES era: lockout chips, yearly game release limits, content restrictions... Somehow, this article defends every single one of them.
What ever happened to their strict standards?
for that little thing called profit :D
They either got sued for anti-competitiveness or developers flocked to Sony who didn't have those rules? Sony had some other F**ked up rules though, like no 2D games.
"Aside from hardware, Nintendo also had regulations that maintained their “quality over quantity” mantra which lasted through the GameCube era." Indeed, all systems should aspire to quality games like Superman 64 and Daikatana.
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