No way! ICFTD may have been in B-movie 50's sci-fi style, but it was easily an A-game. A for "Awesome!!!". That's right, it is three exclamation marks worthy. B-games, if we are going to stay true to the B-movie model, needs to be made cheaply and independently of a large, mainstream studio, it needs to be serious or semi-serious (that is, not self-conscious of it's B-movie status or tongue-in-cheek), and it needs to be unsuccessful to mainstream audiences. For instance, The Blair Witch Project is a B-movie that failed and became a highly successful A-movie. It could have been a great cult classic, but now it is going to be a meh but interesting mainstream movie. When I read this blog I thought of Scarface (the game) that meant to be A-game, but turned out, I think, B-game.