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2007-07-01 19:05
Unregistered Big companies are not small companies.

Small companies have little staff. Because they're small.

Big companies have lots of staff. Because they're big.

Lots of staff do more work than little staff.

HEY BOYS, LET'S LOGICAL
2007-07-01 10:33
Unregistered You're comparing completely different types of businesses.

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Is it really possible to release that many QUALITY products so fast?
Certainly, if you have money, a dedication to quality, and good developmental partners (i.e. most of Marvelous' stuff is outsourced, and I'm not sure if they even have internal development. For instance, KID and CIRCUS have even been contracted to make games for them).

However, Marvelous generally publishes licensed properties, which means that there's less need for them to ensure quality. The IP is the primary selling point.
2007-07-01 10:12
DragonmasterX I've noticed Marvelous puts outs visual novels for the PS2 at a really rapid rate(a few a month).

Is it really possible to release that many QUALITY products so fast? Thinking of the vn from the famous companies like Key and Type-Moon, they release stuff very slowly, but it's all quality.

Do all Marvelous games reek of mediocrity?

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