Not many people liked Damnation, a game that showed promise but failed on many counts. Lead designer Jacob Minkoff delves into its development.
Darren R. W. Chick's insight:
Read this article for two reasons: (1) Candid discussion of substantial business FAILURE, and (2) taking a page (fairly, several chapters) out of the book by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, Blue Ocean Strategies (http://amzn.to/11xaHfJ). They found a void, in some regard, that remains vacant, yet failed on execution ...
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