Rebellion vows to up the quality of their games
Aliens vs Predator developer Rebellion has vowed that their days of mediocre games are behind them.
Most of Rebellion's big releases of late including Shellshock 2 and the foul-mouthed Rogue Warrior have been slated by critics with even the financially successful AvP receiving a lukewarm reception.
Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley said: "It's now a deliberate policy to move away from making games that might have been good for business, but not necessarily good for our reputation. You're only as good as the deal youre offered. If someone says 'Can you make me a game in nine months?' then the answer is, 'Probably. But it won't be as good as a game where we've had creative input and the time to mature the idea'."
The latest titles in development at Rebellion are the Konami-published Neverdead and Sniper Elite V2.
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