Harry Miller, a founder and head of Gamecock, sat down with Gamespot and had a chat about how his publishing company is different from the big publishers. He emphasized the indie studios, stating that he will let the developers retain all of their IP instead of having to sign it over to them for an unfair price. Now, he is focused on releasing their line-up of five games. They hope the games will promise a return to good humor: especially with hilarious names like Jazz Jackrabbit
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I bet this unfair publishing deal happened with the Guitar Hero franchise.