Do you think the MMO genre is going to crash like the gaming industry did a few decades ago?
Why or why not?
And what sort of impact would a MMO Industry crash have?
For me personally, MMOs makes up probably 80% of my gaming. …
at least they are listening to their fans. That's good!
If they really listened - there would be no Archepass system in game period.
There would be no cash shop period.
So please let's not use…
For any AAA game to keep development going they need to be making a lot of money to keep devs working on cranking out new content.
Anthem failed big time in term of sales- so of course they are going to pull new content way back i…
This is a good idea, just a bad package. The issue is that they are bundling monthly Atoms into the package, and as such are inflating the price. If they removed those, they could sell the sub at $1-2 and less people would be upset.
It does spark the curiosity a bit. There was definitely a rush to market with a half-finished product. The Epic strategy seems to be more focused on "exclusive" content, rather than any desire to compete with Steam. I guess they…
"Rogalia is the sandbox with fantasy open world, meal-based character leveling, nice graphics and cozy atmosphere."
Obviously, we have a difference of opinion. But it's a little thing, at any rate.
You are clearly a c…
Xbox One costs 350. A high end high quality TV goes for 200 these days.
So since costs are coming down across the board, is it possible yet to buy a high end PC for 350 dollars? The same cost of a console? Or are consoles s…
Gamigo is a better third party publisher than Trion was. They are able to operate and maintain games made by other people (which Trion had problems with). They are also much more conservative on their spending, and more realistic in their revenue pr…
Private servers and modding, not sure they are genuine about that considering their GaaS business model.
so tell me there was no private server for other games or MMO?