Etna_Uchiha wrote:Seventh nice job on explaining why everything i said is garbage see what i mean your explanation was pure garbage because you explained absolutely nothing
Refer to the part of my post above yours.
To address your points in order:
Yaiba was was a joint project developed by Spark Unlimited, who had previously only ever made mediocre at best
games, Team Ninja, and Comcept. Comcept does not "develop" games, they basically create ideas and designs and work with other developers to make stuff work. In other words, 2/3 of the game's not being good is on Team Ninja and Spark, and how it played is especially on them since, again, Comcept doesn't have as much to do with that, especially technical stuff - if it was buggy or anything like that, that's not even where they come in to begin with.
If anything killed Clover Studio, it was probably the core of it leaving Capcom to go form Platinum more than it was big mean Inafune deciding a studio had to get shut down.
The only game the developer "cancelled" was Kaio, and that had turned into a money sink for two companies that clearly couldn't handle it. It also seems to be that Marvelous were more the ones that wanted out, from what I've gathered, but again, this seems like another thing where we don't know for sure but today's clickbait-driven populous loves assuming the worst.
The rest has already been addressed multiple times. Anyone barking up the "wah wah they announced more kickstarters when they still haven't released a game!" tree is just ignoring the facts at this point. Unfortunately, that seems to be pretty much everyone
That's not to say I agree with them having an anime Kickstarter, but still, the resources going into a potential anime have little to do with what's happening with Mighty No. 9 - not to mention all of the side MN9 stuff hasn't happened yet, may not happen, or are "in talk" at best, save the one cartoon which Comcept was approached about.