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Yeah .. and participation trophies are great for gaming. It creates the entertaining illusion of achievement. It is not like games are real anyway. Just take the illusion one step further. Easy win for everyone. Better yet, charge the whales money for the win!Eldurian said:
Games with the risk of lost capture this. Games with no such risk make success about as meaningful as a participation trophy.
Robokapp said:I think it's about over for MMOs. We got WoW and there's not much else.
Good. I don't play games for community and people. I treat most other players as NPCs anyway. If i want to make friends, i have plenty in real life.laxie said:I miss the social aspect and the longevity of the communities. Gone are the days where you could play one MMO with the same people for 5+ years.
Actually reading book is not a small niche. Look at JK Rowling or John Grisham. I read novels all the time.KnightFalz said:Some companies are still making some money off of them.nariusseldon said:There are still beyond a small niche of players playing TEXT games?
Books are still being sold as well, for the small niche of people that read.
Obviously they are in such minority that they don't really matter much. Otherwise, games would already solve the problem.Flyte27 said:Perhaps because there are some people who want to play a game with certain races being rarer than others?nariusseldon said:ChildoftheShadows said:The problem is wanting rare races and finding a solution that works to achieve that.
That is a stupid problem for a video game. Why make it a problem when there is no need to?