Hundreds of contributors claimed that they were not given the credit that they rightfully deserve in the ending credits of the Team Bondi-developed title LA Noire. They even went so far as to say the team neglected to even acknowledge their work on the title throughout its seven-year production. It does not seem as if they are looking for money to compensate for this, they just want to be recognized for the hard work and effort that they put into the game.
Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald reported that a large number of contributors are seeking to be credited for their work on the game, one of the devs in particular even stated that he had to work “10-12 hours , almost every day and on weekends,” and went on stating that working at Team Bondi was “inflexible and virtually praise-free.”
“The nature of game development is that it’s very iterative in the sense that obviously what comes out in the final product is built on a base of what happened at the very start,” said one of the developers who’s work was uncredited. The argument that spawned this response was that some of the contributor’s work was cut from the final product, meaning so was the person who worked on that portion. The unlisted people in question have even set up a website with the full list of names. you can check in out here.