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Both are highly dependant on skill, it is just that gear can unbalance PvP more in MMORPGs than it does in shooters.Golelorn said:I think there is a reason why CoD/Battlefield and games like that blow MMO PvP out of the water. One depends on skill, the other depends on gear.
Turbine, Bioware and Zenimax all posted financials in the past showing their games weren't making enough money to keep them afloat. You can search out the statements if you can be bothered. It is why all three changed their monetisation strategy and is why both Turbine and Bioware reduced the amount of content they were producing.nariusseldon said:Says who? Who are they? Do you have financials to show that "they" (whoever they are) are not making enough money?cameltosis said:The problem is they aren't making enough money, and haven't been making enough money for a long time, so the studios aren't happy. This is why most studios have either resorted to unethical monetisation schemes or are leaving the genre for easier targets.
Clearly not every single game has the same financial success. So what games are you talking about?
Given the many MMOs (choose your definition, but if you want, we can certainly discuss what belongs to the list) are still running, they are making enough, right? Isn't that the definition of "enough"?
Destiny 2 is indeed a massive multiplayer online game.TalulaRose said:Its MASSIVE......
All words that describe something.....what is that something?
This is a common argument - does it really matter?Kane72 said:The thing is, does I really matter? You are either going to play the game for what it is or you are not. Hopefully no-one buys a game without doing their homework, so does it make any difference whether you think it is an MMO or not, only that you enjoy it (like I do on the PS4) or you do not.