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Submitted by Valay 571d ago | article

The Death of Secretive Games – How ‘A Boy and His Blob’ and ‘Black Ops 2’ are keeping a style afloat

NE: "It might be the most common legitimate complaint among game-players this side of DLC being exploited to high heaven: Games nowadays are just too easy. We used to live in a golden age of toughness, and now our hands are held through even the most simplistic of tasks. We used to spend weeks or months trying one particular part in a game before we beat it. We used to get satisfaction from figuring these things out. Now you never spend more than half an hour on any given task before looking up the answer online and continuing on with the game. After all, anything that gets in the way of you having fun right this second is bad for the game, right?" (A Boy and his Blob, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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