While I think this is good news, I do have some concerns about how this will affect the way Aeria's current and upcoming titles, like Lime Odyssey and Scarlet Blade, are being managed.
I have some questions of my own, if you don't mind:
Will we see more PMs and GMs being hired to cover all of Aeria's titles, including the ones acquired from Gamepot, or will current PMs and GMs now be covering more than two or three games?
Aside from game titles, what other resources will you acquire from Gamepot?
Does this merger mean that Aeria will have a more diverse engineering team?
How will this merger affect the way Aeria treats its playerbase? Will we start to see some noticable overall improvements?
What exactly are these 'positive changes' that you refer to, and when do you think we will start to see them?
Also, +100000 for the Concerto Gate endorsement. That game is fantastic. If Aeria got it, then that would be amazing. :>