I think its a combo of the crappy economy, but then again maybe the need for wide adaptation just wasn't there. I would think it is like any other thing, if the demand was there the supply would have ramped up and the costs would have gone down.
No big publisher wants more to bring anything like a library back to life. Publishers had to have hated the fact that something like a library existed in the first place, and if digital publishing can wipe away libraries, you know they will be happy. A digital library is something that the publishers have to hate.
Games are more akin to food or drinks? Man, you obviously don't see the real world much. I'm in college and I know LOTS of folks who havn't bought games in a while so that they could, you know, buy food or drinks. Games may be a tad addictive but they aren't like drugs THAT much.
What if he felt he didn't need to check it. The company decided to do something, the public didn't like it, so they changed it. For a free game.
I repeat that.
For a free game.
Anyway, I'm glad they apologized, but you can't always think someone who doesn't go along with group think is a troll.
OR maybe they just think that this will be the best thing for the framework. Maybe they feel that if they get more people using it, it will only strengthen their hold on the market, while making the open source crowd happy.
from the jumprope-can-be-hifi-if-it's-got-usb dept.
An anonymous reader writes 'Sean Lind over at PokerListings has written a really interesting piece on how to configure Rock Band (or Guitar Hero) instruments to use them as controllers for playing online poker. The instructions given in his how-to could really be used to configure the instruments for any game.' Or how about a genuine chording keyboard?