I'm not making anything up and I have nothing against the DFA (being a backer of that myself). I just get annoyed by unfounded comments and it's seems that in the gaming forums that I go on (admittedly not a huge amount) that have threads about Jane's Kickstarter it's always the same argument and I just thought adventure game players are a bit more savvy and knowledgeable about things like this. I mean it really wasn't that hard to figure out what you were getting.
I do like how defensive the ardent DFA supports get when anyone dares to question a single thing that Schafer or Gilbert does (and I love how Gilbert always gets trotted out when he's at Double Fine to work on his own game and is, from what I've read and seen, mainly a consultant on the DFA).
And the decade long thing, I wasn't referring to the fact that you were imprecise, just that for the first 9 years of Double Fine only two games were made (I do concede that a lot of it wasn't their fault, the publishers didn't help) and it was when they started to make smaller games that got released quickly that they started to look more like a successful(ish) company.
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