Big-Budget New IPs Are Dying Out

You know, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning wasn't exactly a flop. But even that relative success doesn't seem to be enough these days.

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Amazingmrbrock2393d ago

It's because the publishers force them to make the new ip similar to the old ip so that they can market it more easily.

Also gullible people that totally fall for marketing.

NYC_Gamer2393d ago (Edited 2393d ago )

It's the publishers fault for not letting studios be more fresh and creative....Then you have publishers like THQ who throw quality titles like Metro under the bus in favor of copy and paste trash like Homefront...

vortis2393d ago (Edited 2393d ago )

Yeah it all falls back on the publishers.

Brian Fargo said it all: publishers blow money like monkeys blow bananas. Those weren't his exact words but it was something like that.

I don't think we'd be in this mess if pubs just stopped being greedy douches. We all understand they're a company "who wants to make money" but good gosh they're just burying the gaming industry under a load of corporate garbage.