In a SheAttack exclusive interview with the makers behind Assault Android Cactus, Witch Beam discusses why their new venture will not be debuting on the Xbox One alongside the Wii U, PS4, and PS Vita versions early next year.
That's MS fault for not getting back @developers of the game.
don't understand why MS not focusing on indies. phill also said no indies till early 2014. well hope all indies release on xbox in 2k14.
According to this interview, unless these indies can afford to foot the bill for a larger third party publisher, then it won't happen for most.
That's a fair enough of a reason. They developers tried it just seems Microsoft wasn't so fussed (which I think is very odd)
Further proving Nintendo and Sony are far more developer friendly than Microsoft. @MasterCornholio Ah, another rare instance of agreement for us. Kudos sir, hope you had a fine Halloween.
On that I agree with you. :) Nexus 7 2013
I was actually very surprised by how seemingly easy it was for them to get their game on Wii U considering Nintendo's tyrannical past lol.
Nintendo's apprehensive and prone to tradition, but contrary to what most people believe, they are forward thinkers when they need to be. Plus I think even they realize that they can't be the only ones making content for their hardware.
Trust me, I know. :)
The Wii U has so much potential, new engines, more glorious 1080p 60fps games, Great Indie dev support, getting great games. But the thing is Nintendo, should do REAL NEXT GEN GAMES, not port, remakes etc. Nintendo has great developer support and it missed a lot of opportunities. Hopefully Nintendo can improve
I hope no dev support ms untill they be more helpful for them. Sony and Big N love dev thus dev love them. Simple as that
First impressions are everything.
So very true. It's unfortunate that Microsoft isn't paying more attention to indies. They have made such an impact in gaming recently. Why miss the opportunity to get more support on your console?
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