In terms of company expense, hiring a bunch of strippers is like a drop in the bucket. It probably cost them a few hundred bucks to hire those ladies. Maybe a couple of grand between concessions and the rental of the venue. As opposed to the game development, which probably cost many millions of dollars, and the developers spent tens of thousands of manhours to piece the thing together. I think they're entitled to spend a little bit of the change left over and have a party. Even an incomplete, broken game's employees deserve a little rest at the end.
PS: The rushed release wasn't THEIR fault. Blame their publisher, heebs. Oh, yeah, and all of you idiots who signed that petition demanding that it not be delayed. Forgetting the prime rule of games - it's better for a game to come out late, then to come out on time and be unfinished! It's as much your fault as anyone else's!
Edited on Sun, Jun 04 2006, 11:15 by Belmarduk