(re: re: re: re: re: Building Old Computers For Sierra Gaming)
Westwood had the same policy. In fact, personal games were not to be loaded on company machines (though a few of us testers managed to bend the rule a little bit during lunch breaks so we could get some Counterstrike in). The stuff in the library was for personal entertainment and definitely not for the workplace.
The higher ups at Westwood felt the same way you did, Ken. That makes what ended up happening that much more puzzling. After the release of Tiberian Sun, the Westwood brand just sort of fizzled off into mediocrity (which ultimately led to the closure).