Funny how this is considered an art form now when ROM hacks have been around a while.
Besides Retro Studios and Nintendo Software Technology, I don’t think Nintendo has much of a developer presence in North America. That would be one reason for the lack of a similar program.
Obviously, nobody is checking up on copyright infringement. Then what’s the point of the approval process?
You’re not comprehending my comment. Apple should hire some people that are at least better aware of games in general for their app review process. What’s the point of doing approvals for apps if stuff like this gets through so frequently?
Can’t Apple get better app reviewers? I recall reading that they contract it out, but surely they can find better help. Not to mention, Matt Casamassina works for Apple. Can’t they find another person with a video game background to help do app approvals?
Just give it to us in Japanese and add subtitles if you don’t want to pay for voice acting for the Last Mission part!
Compared to Metal Gear, Splinter Cell is waaaay easier to get into and play, especially Splinter Cell: Conviction.