are excellent opportunities to look back at certain games, and hear with unabashed honesty what went right and wrong throughout the course of development. Such is the case with developer Freeverse's postmortem
on their enhanced port of Bungie's classic Marathon 2: Durandal
for Xbox Live Arcade.
Freeverse employee Mark Levin goes into insane levels of detail describing the arduous task of bringing Marathon 2
-- originally a Macintosh title -- over to the Xbox 360. He discusses the team's decision to re-work the graphics for HD, and the difficulty of bug-testing very old code, but somehow neglects to discuss the game's propensity for causing upset stomachs
Regardless, it's a great and honest read, with some real insight into the treacherous task of bringing old games to new consoles.