In cartoons, in movies, time passes differently. There are flashbacks and flashfowards.
I was lucky enough to go to an all-boys prep school in upstate New York that had a film program, so we had access to 16mm Bolex cameras, Nagra sound recorders, Arriflex cameras. We even had an Oxberry animation stand!
I would love to take 'Ultimata Underworld' and literally update the graphics.
I make M-rated games for adults, you know, with guys wearing sunglasses at night and trench coats.
If we're going to reach a broader audience, we have to stop thinking about that audience strictly in terms of teenage boys or even teenage girls. We need to think about things that are relevant to normal humans and not just the geeks we used to be.
If anything, game development is even more of a team effort than making a movie, so for individuals to get credit for making a game is absolutely insane.