New Challenger: 3 Reasons Why Gaming Will Destroy Itself Part 2

Default Prime writer Chris Stewart takes on the second reason why gaming is its own worst enemy: unwillingness to move on.

"Last week I talked about anti-piracy measures as one of three contributing factors to the eventual downfall of gaming if nothing changes for the better in the near future. In the second part of this discussion I want to talk about innovation, ideas, and how the reliance on ‘safe’ releases and remakes is doing more to stifle the industry than it is to move it forwards, even if a lot of the time publishers are giving the gaming community what it wants."

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jessupj1973d ago

I'd definitely like to see new ips released. But in order for them to be successful they need to be quality, polished games.

MrChrisNo11973d ago

Which is something I am going to talk about next week, as the overall quality of many games at release is much lower than it is a few months later.

Kyosuke_Sanada1973d ago

The problem is that these awesome games are thrown in the back burner only to be overshadowed by titles which sell by name alone. Check out the sales of games like Vanquish than compare that to Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.

Most gamers nowadays don't know quality even if it bit them in the poothole......

jessupj1973d ago

Very true, and it's very annoying.

Titles that really deserve the sales that are big games with a lot of depth and polish get ignored while game like cod sell millions.

Guess sheep aren't smart enough to do research.

TheSaint1973d ago

It's the community that's ruining gaming, not the games.