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delete5230 said:DMKano said:goboygo said:
How does this benefit the gamer if we keep getting crap games that still survive. It doesn't. If the game isn't good enough to warrant an upfront cost and a sub, it should fail and go away. The next developer will then know they have to do better or don't bother. I'd rather have one amazing MMO every 5 to 10 years than 20 pieces of shit every year.
You are under the mistaken assumption that anyone is looking for gamer's benefit. That's not how business works.
Who makes the product - that's who is benefiting - in the case - the question should be - "how does this benefit the game companies" - as that's the only question the game companies are asking, "the benefit for the gamer" - that's never brought up, because it's not their concern.
The focus is - "how do we get the consumers to spend money on our product" - that's the bottom line of any business.
Again - you are looking at this from the gamer's perspective - why? Because gamers are not the ones that run game companies - so your wants and needs of "wanting to have most games shut down and only few survive" - why would any business do this?
It would be like going to movie companies and telling them to only make a few great movies and skip 100s of mediocre movies - should the movie industry listen to an outsider who has no investment, and no direct input in making any movies?
Get real - your needs are completely irrelevant to the industry as whole.
Movies just like games are made to make money - that's what drives the whole industry.
Would it be nice to only have awesome quality product - yes it would be - is this in any way shape or form realistic - nope, so why even go there?
How come you get away with using " your " instead of " you're " ?
Maybe because everything else I spell is wrong ?.... Only kidding, I don't care