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People who believe that playing longer entitles them to automatic wins even if they don't use their longer playtime to develop anything in the way of player skills.Robokapp said:look at the real world. we give trophies for participation. what do you think those people will grow into in regards to gaming taste?
I don't have one but I can point to several multi-million dollar sandbox projects currently in production (Star Citizen, Crowfall and Ashes of Creation seem to be the ones with the highest amount of funding.) So it can easily be argued the sandbox genre is growing atm where the themepark genre has dwindling titles and no major titles coming to replace them.AAAMEOW said:And where is your example of sandbox mmorpg growing in size?Eldurian said:Anyone who think themeparks are on the rise has to be straight delusional. None of them are growing in size, they are pretty much universally shrinking.
Yeah if the sky was going to fall without net neutrality it would have fallen before it became a thing in 2015:Horusra said:For me has less to to with political bias and more to do with economic belief. I believe free market capitalism is the driver of innovation. When someone can make some cash people will compete for it. Net Neutrality removes that drive. While without there is, I hope, a desire for companies to provide new and better service than someone else to get your money.