Bitching, Moaning, Fighting.. Speculation. Who honestly cares about any of this.
What is happening is we have a small group of companies [that's getting smaller still] supplying a core group of users with software needs. The ARM Club are gone; Castle are (essentially) gone; other smaller players have disappeared entirely over the last few years.
Do we really need to moan when somebody is making an effort to actually do something in this tiny market?
Trust me: they're not doing it for vast sums of money.
Star Fighter 3000: The Next Generation review Star Fighter 3000: The Next Generation was born from the 3D0 version of the original SF3K that was ported back to RISC OS and this year freed from programmers' hard discs for the platform to enjoy, writes Andrew Weston. In this review Andrew weighs up much-improved graphics and sound against playability and stability. 19 comments, latest by AW on 9/12/08 8:45PM. Published: 17 Nov 2008