Those habits that began in the Playstation era have carried over to today, and have gotten a lot worse. Much like Troma, video game publishers are seeing a chance to really go full on mainstream, and really ingrain themselves in the minds and living rooms of audiences all over the world. Are manufacturers of consoles and publishers overextending themselves though? Are they in the process of creating their very own "Troma's War"? It's hard to say. Though, my only real question is: "What was wrong with where you were?"
Troma almost went under, but they learned their lesson. All the stuff they are doing with larger budgets in Hollywood is great, but what Troma does is great too. There's nothing wrong with being cult status. Enbrace what you are, and put out the best products you can. It's not too late for video games, but they'll probably have to fail again for it to really sink in. When that happens though, we, the consumer, can still enjoy all the great games that have been put out in the past. Much like Troma films on DVD.