For every article I publish, I write seven. Somewhere in my mind they didn't make the cut ot I didn't think they were personally good material. Even after I release a piece, I always have a thousand thoughts about how I could have made tweeks to make it better.
I should have printed this, this should have been worded better, why in the hell did I do a review on frozen pizzas, did I use to many empty words, why in the hell didn't I include the email in the first place? All of these lead into me trying to make something better and perfect. I really don't want to release anything that makes me look like an idiot.
I can only assume, making a video game is quite similiar. No one wants to make a piece of shit everyone hates. Even at that, no one wants to ruin their chance at becoming a legend or everyone on 4chan wanting their heads on a pike. I honestly like to believe, that an unique idea is a great thing.
If nurtured correctly, it becomes an amazing, graceful, well rounded, and beautiful thing. We also know that all good intentions can go astray, and end-up fucked up bastards. When you examine a serial killer, you start at the parents to know how this became that.
This means going to the source and finding out what didn't go right. The important thing about this series is getting the whys and not excuses. Excuses do us no good, but reasons why will allow those who come to correct these problems. My first interview, will come next week on friday.