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I was wondering how game companies who obviously have put a lot of time and money into a game, can so miss the mark on what the gaming community wants. I'm not talking about nitpicking every little thing a game does right/wrong, becausee those are always up for debate. Instead I'm wondering at a more Macro level. Star Trek Online and Champions online come to mind. Its obvious that a lot of money was spent on them. The quality shows. However, they are so far off the mark on what players wanted, that they just fail to attract the masses. I know that politicians and others do a lot of market surveys and focus groups to help them make decisions. Do game companies not do this? Just cruious.
Concentrate on enjoying yourself, and not on why I shouldn't enjoy myself.