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Ever since I proclaimed that 'I am a content locust', I've had discussions around it; offline and online.
One of the questions asked in a recent conversation was 'can your style sustain itself?'
I didn't give a justifiable answer to that question at the time as I haven't thought much about it.
I just naturally assumed content will keep on being produced by company X then company Y then company Z and on on on.
As long as there are players like me who'll buy / sub for content, content will be produced; demand / supply thing.
But is it sustainable?
I believe it is and one of the reasons for that is my ever-increasing-gaming-backlog that I will never ever clear.
I talked to a few gamers and they all have backlogs that they know they will never clear as well.
PS2 is where my MMO gaming lies right now but after me and the folks I play with get bored, we'll move on.
We can sub back to an MMO we left a few months ago to see the new content since (like SWTOR), finish it, cancel sub and jump to another MMO etc.
Question to the MMORPG.COM community is, do you think this is sustainable? Or is there a flaw in my reasoning?
Informing people about your thoughts and impressions is not a review, it's a blog.