Well, it is the end of the year and many journalism sites around the web are rounding up their biggest disappointments of 2012. Agree or disagree, this year certainly won’t go down in gaming history as one of its finest.
The biggest disappointment of 2012 is the delays of Video Games.
Lol. True though. There will never be another wow or cod. It wont happen. Are there better games now...sure there are...but habits r hard to break. And if something is a little different, it isnt good enough. If its the same, then its an inferior cooycat. They will both erode, but everyone wont move on to one other game. they will splinter off. Hence, swtor was very good but its exlectations were way too high. Many love star wars but an entire generation doesnt know alot about it either. Cod may get a boost from next gen but i hav a feeling that its comletition is gonna get fierce.
Not sure. But the biggest disappointment of the week is all of these repetitive articles.
Lol yeap, its that time of year though. :) In 2-3 weeks it will be 'most anticipated games of 2013'
Then: "Wii U has no games/support" lol
Swiftly followed by: Why the Xbox720 will beat the PS4 Why the PS4 will beat the Xbox720 WiiU is technically underpowered 17 reasons why GTA5 will be the best ever etc :D
I don't know if I'm gonna be able to handle all those fanboys when the next gen consoles are announced/released lol should be interesting. And don't forget: 10 ways Steam Box will make PS4/720 obsolete :P
surprise, surprise... i would have been disappointed to have not seen the vita and/or sony on either of those lists because i wouldn't expect anything less from an idiotic gaming "journalist."
Assassins Creed 3 for me:(
The demise of Kingdoms of Amalur developers, 38 Studios.
For me the biggest dissapointment has been great games being re-designed to suit the casual market, Its great for alot of gamers but not for me im afraid. Alot of the games I played in the second half of this gen have felt like choose your own adventure books that I liked to read when I was a kid, or interactive movies.
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