Final Fantasy is still too strong.
I know the person youre really mad at is you. Go ahead and lash out.
Atlus would've gotten my vote, but it's Intendo instead. Everyone else is horrible, but Capcom being on there is sucking everything else into a pit.
YAH IT'S TIME. http://www.etsy.com/shop/Finchie THAT's WHAT TIME.
I almost left Capcom out, but I figured there were some people that played nothing but online fighters.
That's all I play. Thank you for considering my feelings.
I have to begrudgingly say Nintendo. Their output hasn't exactly been stellar, but they did release two Mario Galaxies, Punch Out, and Sin and Punishment 2, which is more than I can say for anyone else. My normal standbys only had a handful of titles that I really enjoyed. Konami had MGS4, Capcom had SF4, Sega had Bayonetta, various smaller developers released something on XBLA/PSN that I enjoyed, but none really did more than a few, or had much to really stand out to me.
The company that probably released the most that I found enjoyable was actually Cave, but I would disqualify them since most of their games were originally designed for hardware much older than the current generation.
Shit. I forgot about the Platinum games when I excluded Sega. Adding those to the Yakuzas, Binary Domain, and Valkyria Chronicles would probably knock someone else off the list.
They all published stuff I liked.
Capcom did SFIV, MM9, Asura's Wrath, Lost Planet, and MVC3.
Sega published Bayonetta, Vanquish, and Resonance of Fate.
Square Enix published Tactics Ogre, Project Sylpheed, Deus Ex, Nier, Dissidia, KH:BBS, Just Cause 2, and both Arkham games.
EA did Burnout, Mass Effect, Mirror's Edge, and Syndicate.
Atlus did both Demon's games, everything by Sting, and other assorted random goodies.
And there's so much I'm not even going to look up. Fuck if I can pick one.