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- I'd put more blame on Activision than on Bungie
Bungie made the business decision to give Activision latitude in how destiny is managed. Their bad business decisions effect the way the game is enjoyed. So if Bungie gives Activision the latitude to fuck up their baby, without stopping them, I think it reflects ill of Bungie as well. They just let the money determine what they should do more than making high quality product.
Even Halo had a separate entity publish for them in Microsoft. Halo 3 was a wonderful end to a great narrative, and Microsoft wasn't done milking the cow. These days to enter the AAA industry, huge games are influenced a bit more by huge publishers than good devs, with exceptions of course. When Activision is able to strong arm profit-motive after being willing to pay for such a big budget game, I think that the problem lies more in publishing companies than gaming devs. Every dev has big huge dreams for where their title should go, but is rightfully limited to what their publisher is willing to pay
which is true of anything with a budget, including engineering and public policy
. However, and this is where the ad hominem shit starts coming in, I think Activision's notoriety for maximizing profit has bottlenecked a lot of possibly great games or franchises. But this is my opinion
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