Ask the Industry that who came up with the term, I understand your point of view but I think it's like... a mixture of the quality of the game, and the prestige of the studio it's being made from.SunBeam wrote: ↑Sun Nov 21, 2021 1:33 pmWhat the hell does "triple A" even stand for? I know what it applies to, but not what the acronym is for. OK, "AAA" <- what's the first A for? what's the second A for? what's the third A for?
Super retarded. It's like they were looking high and low for a name to CLICK in people's heads. Much like music nowadays with repetitive short words that are supposed to make the listener repeat them in their heads. See DESPACITO or some other shit.
P.S.: There's also triple-I )) III games. Dafuqqqq!??!
So you can say Ubisoft making Assassin's Creed is considered a AAA game. You could see Chucklefish making Stardew Valley, and consider it a C or B game.
That's how I look into it, but I think other people have different definitions for the term. There's not really a very clear definition that everyone including the industry will agree on yet. So it kinda flows by for both gamers and developers.