This was a good release overall, as it does show how they have moved up and on, and that comes with success and growth. In the same way LRG has changed, so have I, which has meant less purchases from me, for games I would have bought a year or two ago. They now reach a wider market, and something like Jak & Daxter sells to that bigger market. So it's all good, as I love what LRG has offered, and how well they have done in doing so.
But like most early fans who have been dying off, the business is bigger than ever, so as many leave, even more come in to replace us, and that's cool. I've always been a HUGE "N" fan, and over the years, I no longer see the company they used to be, but I'm happy to see their current successes. My son has taken my baton and ran, and may be a bigger fan than I was when I was his age, and I'm glad he can have a fun experience, even when I no longer do.
So I'll look forward to the next "BIG" reveal, in the hopes that sooner or later it meets the hype. But until then, I wish LRG continued success and even better titles in the future. As it's all about the physical after all, and for a game I might not want, there is often someone else who will, and that's why options are always best.