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Clearly then the Call of Battlecompany 4: hats edition fail that, as none of them is "high quality".
Christ on a fucking bike, not this argument again.
1) No, "quality" isn't what defines whether a title is AAA or not. Money spent is. Quality indie games are produced on small budgets; crap AAA games are produced on AAA budgets. AAA isn't something an end-user needs to see or care about, the AAA designation is something shop owners expect to see in trade magazines, and they can decode it as "we've spent 8 figures on this game's marketing budget. If you stock it in your shop it will sell well"
2) Panda3D is not a commonly used engine by any stretch of the imagination. It's not very good for making "high end" graphics, as one would expect on a game produced on a large budget (i.e. AAA titles)
3) "Disney uses it" doesn't make it a major engine. Little Mermaid Pinball is not an AAA title.