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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 852d ago | opinion piece

S&S Perspective: Are New IP's Necessary?

S&S: Over the past couple years or so we've been given a ton of new games, and a lot of them being sequels. We've also been given a lot of brand new IP's as well. While these new games like, Playstation All Stars Battle Royale, Sleeping Dogs, and Dragons Dogma didn't particularly sell the best, you have a lot of new sequels that are whisking off the shelves. Call of Duty Black Ops II being the most obvious example. The question is, do gamers care about getting fresh new IP's, or are we satisfied with getting 2 to 3 sequels of franchises that has been around since the previous generation? (Culture)

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