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Great article about what is wrong with the gaming industry today

#31pothocketPosted 3/15/2013 5:42:41 AM
Hey guys, I got a great idea to get a lot of hits on an article. How about we just take the stuff everyone constantly complains about and organize it into an article about what is wrong with games today! Everyone will read it and nod and like us on Facebook!

Winter is right, it's like whoever wrote this lurked at GameFAQs for a week to see what "the kids" are talking about and spoon feed them their own whiney BS right back at them.
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#32SheepinatorPosted 3/15/2013 6:02:05 AM
pothocket posted...
Winter is right, it's like whoever wrote this lurked at GameFAQs for a week to see what "the kids" are talking about and spoon feed them their own whiney BS right back at them.

+1.
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#33DarkSymbiotePosted 3/15/2013 6:16:17 AM
Watch this informative video:

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#34TheBlueStigPosted 3/15/2013 7:22:49 AM
The article got the part about Dead Space 3 wrong, it wasn't needed to win the game, it was only used by people that don't have the patience to grind it out and find the crafting items on their own.
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#35majinbuu58Posted 3/15/2013 7:34:38 AM
This article is pretty terrible.

1) I hated being required to always be connected to the internet when I first bought a couple Steam games. My internet wasn't very stable back then but after fighting TWC for a few months, they finally managed to fix it and it wasn't a problem anymore. If you're always on the internet anyways, what does it matter if a game requires it?

2) Endless? lol

3) Not sure about touchpads being everywhere. It's fantastic on the nintendo systems though.

4) Don't like it, don't buy it. I've spent hundreds on DLC and never regretted a purchase.

5) Sure, some games don't need or shouldn't have multiplayer. Those games still don't. The only one I can think of is Bioshock 2 and that was just done poorly. It could have been great. I've spent more time on AC3's multiplayer than I've put into the entire series >.>