Party Developers

Some articles on party developers, developers, party:

Capcom Five - Background
... Nintendo's monopoly of the video game console market, which allowed the company to compel third-party developers to release exclusive content according ... However, relations with third-party developers reached a turning point when Nintendo decided to retain a proprietary cartridge-based format for the Nintendo 64, in ... On this new platform, developers could create bigger games while avoiding the restriction of ordering the manufacture of proprietary cartridges through ...
Amiga 1200 - Technical Information - Peripherals and Expansion
... A number of Amiga peripherals were released by third-party developers for this connector including SRAM cards, CD-ROM controllers, SCSI controllers, network cards, sound samplers and video ... Later, third-party developers put it to use by creating an array of expansions for the A1200, such as, I/O cards, audio cards and even a USB controller ... Several third-party developers built and supplied popular kits to 'tower up' the A1200 and in essence convert it to a 'big box' Amiga ...
Claris - Creation
... However, this resulted in complaints from third party developers, who felt that these programs were good enough for so many users that there was little reason to buy something better ... Apple decided to allow the programs to "wither", so that the third party developers would have time to write suitable replacements ... Unfortunately the developers didn't seem to hold up their end of the bargain, and it was some time before truly capable replacements like WriteNow came along ...
Atari Jaguar - History
... was attributable to two main factors the Jaguar's questionable long-term prospects among third-party game-publishers and the problematic nature of developing games for the Jaguar ... Atari had one opportunity to convince third-party developers, vital for the diversity of Jaguar's game library, with a solid retail-performance, but as things played out ... the mid-1980s as a result of the oversaturation of the video game market by third-party developers ...

Famous quotes containing the word party:

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    Sidney Howard (1891–1939)