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User Info: Jiryn

Jiryn
3 years ago#1
With X-Com's Strategy popularity reborn, Think we'll see a true Syndicate sequel?

I like X-com, but I grew up loving Syndicate since day one.. the original and even wars were amazing.
I'd love to see a true sequel, over that FPS crap they did a few years back..
Now with X-Com doing well, it proves a traditional Syndicate may be profitable
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User Info: KabtheMentat

KabtheMentat
3 years ago#2
Nope.
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someguyshand
3 years ago#3
Definitely not with EA holding it's reigns.
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User Info: Jiryn

Jiryn
3 years ago#4
someguyshand posted...
Definitely not with EA holding it's reigns.


So very true, it's sad AAA people don't see how smaller budget niche games can make more.
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User Info: KabtheMentat

KabtheMentat
3 years ago#5
Marblesbunbun posted...
someguyshand posted...
Definitely not with EA holding it's reigns.


So very true, it's sad AAA people don't see how smaller budget niche games can make more.


That's one area where I think big Western devs/publishers do a worse job than their Japanese counterparts.

In particular Atlus, though they're owned by Sega now, so that's more or less a death sentence.
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User Info: Jiryn

Jiryn
3 years ago#6
KabtheMentat posted...
Marblesbunbun posted...
someguyshand posted...
Definitely not with EA holding it's reigns.


So very true, it's sad AAA people don't see how smaller budget niche games can make more.


That's one area where I think big Western devs/publishers do a worse job than their Japanese counterparts.

In particular Atlus, though they're owned by Sega now, so that's more or less a death sentence.


Why?
Sega isn't a AAA company, and does make some amazing games along with publishing many others.
I think Atlas will be fine
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User Info: KabtheMentat

KabtheMentat
3 years ago#7
Eh, that's debatable.
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User Info: DaedalusEx

DaedalusEx
3 years ago#8
Why did you capitalize "Strategy" and "Think"?

User Info: Jprime666

Jprime666
3 years ago#9
Marblesbunbun posted...
KabtheMentat posted...
Marblesbunbun posted...
someguyshand posted...
Definitely not with EA holding it's reigns.


So very true, it's sad AAA people don't see how smaller budget niche games can make more.


That's one area where I think big Western devs/publishers do a worse job than their Japanese counterparts.

In particular Atlus, though they're owned by Sega now, so that's more or less a death sentence.


Why?
Sega isn't a AAA company, and does make some amazing games along with publishing many others.
I think Atlas will be fine


For every good game released by Sega this generation, there's been 10 pieces of crap.
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