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He put his name all over the promotion and the fact that it was his companty and he had the final sign off...
Just saying that the guy had less talent for level and game design than he lead others to believe.
If he had, Mn9 might have turned out a good deal better.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P37FRi2Ojps If I had to criticize anything, it'd be that he forgot to mention the DRM-free version of the game on Playism. Other than that, it's a pretty solid effort. I really like the opening and ending segments in particular.
And you think he didn't sign off on the details?
Another company did the work. Sure, but who specced the work? WHo approved it? who wrote the cheques?
As said. If you stamp your name and face all over something. Tghis is what happens. When you're the Boss. You are responsible for everything that comes out of your studio.
Guys be nice to each other, I don't tolerate fighting in the forums.
I don't remember owners of a company being so heavy into PR marketing.
Dave from Wendy's
Ronald McDonald was originally the owner in clown make up
There are quite a few moreif you look.
Every company has a front-man. A public face and sometimes that's the owner. Sometimes it's not. IN the case of smaller companies the frontman is often the owner or related to the owner. Not so much in larger companies because by that times trhe owners generally have less and less of an active hand in the day to day of things.
On the contrary it is more the norm . See. you're thinking of big mega corps. Which while big are actually the 1% of the business world.
The thing is you just aren't awre of them since these smaller businesses don't have much more than local regional awareness. I.e Someone outside the county, or state would not know about it.
Many pharmacies, groceries, hardware stores, lawncare and contract labour companies are frontmaned by their owners. These are the people that appear in the ads and promotional material for the company (because why pay someoneone to do what you or your bother's wife fould do).
With development studios it's even more the case. Pter Molynuex was the fron't man for Lion's Head, Jon romero for Id software, heck even recently. John Carmack is the face man for Occulus rift.