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Xtremer Sadiqachu

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  1. What was Rare's biggest…you, know I shouldn't even joke about this

    1. Milo


      Selling themselves to Microsoft.

      I don't care how bad the company was at that state, I still wager Nintendo would had treated them better than MS did

    2. Chooch


      Rare was fucking up even before the Microsoft purchase.

      See: Dinosaur Planet

    3. Wraith


      Star Fox Adventure

    4. Xtremer Sadiqachu

      Xtremer Sadiqachu

      Stair Fax Temperatures

    5. Dr. Homem

      Dr. Homem

      Are you goddamn serious, Gabe? Anyone who blames MS obviously hasn't followed Rare closely enough. People hate to admit it, but Rare has become the new Atari because of themselves. Microsoft has a history of treating their first-party developers well, including Bungie, Epic, BioWare (formerly) and many others. Rare had a shitload of their own management issues - especially working conditions and schedules. To top it off, the founders lost interest in the company even before selling it, an...

    6. Dr. Homem

      Dr. Homem

      and later left it entirely. Rare was going to fail no matter what company owned them.

    7. Milo


      You say MS treats their other developers well, yet when Rare was the one in deep shit MS was canning projects Rare was pitching left and right, held up Perfect Dark Zero from a Xbox release to a 360 release, and retooled what would had been B&K3 into N&B.

      I find it hard to believe Rare would had been as bad or worse off without MS.

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