Battlecruiser Q&A

CanadianGamer.ca's Derek Smart Q&A Part I is the first installment in a multi-part conversation with the 3000AD founder. Topics include some reflections on the gaming industry, the makeup of 3000AD, reasons for forming an independent company in an industry filled with giants, and his experiences getting games published. They have posted an accompanying batch of Battlecruiser Generations Screenshots.
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Hellbinder ... sounds like you like Derek's pee pee a lot ... queer !

What a totally pointless comment....

No.. Its about the fact that you guys need to respect the indie Developers more. For the Incredible battle they put up, just to stay alive. Soley to produce cool, and interesting games.

Is there even one other indie developer in the entire world you can name? or what games have they produced? i can name a few because I pay attention to stuff like this. You may not like Derek Smart, but imagine where his company would be if he was not the totally Cocky, Terrel Owensish, Outspoken, Dude he is.

Hell, i get pissed off at him all the time for is Slaming of Ati all the time. I have gotten into HUGE flame wars with the guy at Beyond3d. But that does not mean that i dont like his game, or the guys perseverance in a tough industry.


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