To be fair, Duke Nukem Forever was bounced around and scrapped then done over so many times, it was bound to be awful no matter what.
But I agree with the quote, so many game companies today are so quick to release a game just to make a quick buck rather than give quality. Good to see some companies still care what they put out. --- http://i601.photobucket.com/albums/tt99/Monohman12377/Silver.png -- Thanks,L4DHunter! http://i35.tinypic.com/294qrdk.png -- Thanks,Bowser72
Maybe the quote should be tweaked. A game delayed for financial / company issues can still be bad, especially when it's tossed around more than a French broad as was the case with Duke Nukem.
A game delayed so as to be worked on longer -- most likely the case for GTA V since Take Two and Rockstar don't seem to be floundering financially -- tend to be excellent. --- "All life begins with Nu and ends with Nu."
Of course, we're talking years of delays and mismanagement by morons with those. R* is just taking some extra time to iron out the creases. --- "Star bringing purple! Star bringing yorbel! STOP BRINGING YORBEL! STOP RINGING YOUR BELL!"
Conversely, if you decide to stop delaying a game, and just release it. It doesn't make it bad. Ocarina of Time was finally just shot out, after cutting away a lot of the final ideas and it was by and large one of the best games. --- History is written by those who have hanged heroes.