I'd need to know what developer it is and what game they are working on. The term "AAA title" is used to loosely these days. Really, unless your game is going to sell 10 million+ copies or averages about 95% or higher in reviews, I don't think a game should be consider a "AAA title." That would mean there are 2-6 "AAA titles" per year.
rahnyc4 wrote:nintendo is f'n screwed. when the ps4 and next xbox launch all this port crap is going to disappear. cant expect third parties to even try to put out dedicated properties for it either, cause of what they didnt do on the original wii.
thank you Nostradamus
History backs him up. It's called the GameCube and the Wii and heck, even the N64 has troubles (at least compared to the PS1). Still, it is way early to jump to conclusions. So far, things look better than either console