Eric Clark Su's Blog
Eric Su is the CEO of Cavalcade Interactive, a web and iPhone games development company based in Davao City, Philippines. His duties include designing the games and doing the assets too. He also writes at the Cavalcade Games Blog and at his personal website. Having followed the games industry since the NES era, and through the prism of a piracy laden 3rd world country, Eric has a unique perspective on the game industry.
Much has been said regarding the app store and how it's utterly broken. Interestingly, it's only broken for developers. The problem is explored and a possible ultimate fix is proposed.
Eric Clark Su's Comments
[News - 08/25/2009 - 05:52]
Thanks for the feature, now ...
Thanks for the feature, now if only Apple do something with the app store.... How do i get the subscription me want that v. much.
[Blog - 08/19/2009 - 09:05]
agreed. the main problem here ...
agreed. the main problem here is Apple has a monopoly on this space. these developers wont go away soon because there is no other marketplace as exciting as the iphone. PSP go minis and the rumored DSi changes have a real shot in creating one. MSoft, Android and the pre ...
[News - 08/11/2009 - 05:25]
buy activision games used OR ...
buy activision games used OR rent it OR pirate them. Don't let this arrogance go unpunished. Arrogance has bitten Nintendo, Sony and many other companies in the ass. Let it bite Kotick's big fat one.
[News - 08/06/2009 - 05:24]
I would like to see ...
I would like to see an arcade marketplace with GFW Live. Community games even. OR they could morph this into an app store like front end.
[News - 07/20/2009 - 02:51]
this is a stupid idea, ...
this is a stupid idea, that happened to bypass the stupid filter of Gabe's brilliant mind. He can invest his own money or the company if the idea is good. Why put your community's money at risk if no one is funding it then its not good in a business ...
[News - 07/13/2009 - 01:22]
I am guessing Call of ...
I am guessing Call of duty 4, the economy and the burst of installed base for the Xbox and PS3 from the motion control add-ons factored in the delays.