>>1543>taking a step back and letting your IP grow naturally
Oh, I get it. Letting them do most of the work for you. He figured a one man band couldn't generate that much profit, so he lets other people make things for him and takes a cut. Very clever.
It's like having employees without having to worry about paying a salary, or worry about using your own money for marketing. That's how I see it. It's another form of licensing if you ask me. the line between, "fangame", and official kind of becomes meaningless. It still reflects on him. you can't just divorce it from him with the wave of your hand. Is, "modernizing for a console experience", another way of pronouncing watering it down?