Everybody knows that the key to a successful video game is to have 5 to 12 video game company logos come up before the title screen. In fact, I bet if you collocated and extorpolated all the data from IGN.com, you'd see that the higher the number of logos before a game, the higher the review score.
You gotta have the developer, the publisher, the distributor, the interloper, the energy drink tie-in company, some cable network, the graphic blandishers, the hot dog cart guy that comes to the parking lot on Tuesdays, ALL represented with dynamic, animated logos that fade in, play some music, have some gross CG animal wearing pants dance around and then fade out. Oh, and make sure you can't skip through any of these by pressing START or anything. We wouldn't want you to forget all the cooks that were responsible for spoiling this pot.
I've gotten Telltale to agree to 23 logos so far, but they keep trying to talk me down. I may have to just move on and focus my efforts on the unrelated Videlectrix project: LogoQuest - Legend of the Lost Interest-Before-The- Game-Even-Starts!