“…(by Benjamin Lindelof)
If the company is not successful, then guess what? No more games!
I also said “But finances doesn’t matter to us the end-users, as long as the company is profitable enough to continue making great things.” I meant that as long as a company is profitable enough to be able to make games that are loved, it doesn’t matter to end-users how much more profitable it is than other companies out there. I love Sierra On-Line for their games, I do not love it for how much money it made. It is like saying that Victor Hugo has been more successful than Plato, or vice versa, because after adjusting for inflation, one of them made more money than the other.