Originally Posted by Revan
True but you dont know what kind of budget they are on and to constantly market that takes money... Not to mention it puts up a hype on a game that is not even ready which is why I understand why they would be taking an approach that focuses on marketing in the later stages. Its one thing to have money to really get things hyped up for when you are ready to sell but to over do it when you still have much work to do adds more pressure than anything else.
Oh yeah not saying do it now. Just trying to get across how other games have managed to hype there own titles. Getting hype is not that costly look at minecraft for example.