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August 15th, 2011, 16:24
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
Probably pressure from the publisher(s) ?
Things like the so-called "Dead Lines", up to which a given product must be "assembled" following a distinct schedule ?
But as a developer you'll have agreed that you could provide your produce within the deadlines, which would normally include time for testing and redevelopment.

I don't know - it could be a marketing strategy to create some improvements post release to raise the feel-good factor about a developer - push out something 'good-enough' for release day, then polish and extend content further as a marketing exercise to try and draw in fringe markets.
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