When "Often" becomes "Too Often"

Yearly releases are becoming common place for many franchises. But what is too much?

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awkwardhamster1901d ago

When the story remains captivating, I hardly notice.

Derekvinyard131899d ago

Can't say milk without cod being mentioned, the story is pretty good In the cos games tho

YoureINMYWay851901d ago

Well if there's demand I guess

colonel1791901d ago

I would prefer if instead of having two teams making one IP. They should have one team working on new IPs and the other on a stablished franchise.

People will always want sequels from games that they enjoy, myself included; but they should come at least every 2 years. Maybe that's why Nintendo gets away with releasing the same franchises for over 20 years. They don't do them yearly (Except for New Super Mario Series which they are burning to the ground). Zelda, Metroid, Star Fox, Smash Bros., Pikmin, etc they all come 3 or more years apart from each other.

That's the way it should be. Leaving fans anticipating the game, but having enough time apart to look forward to it without forgetting about it, but also having enough improvements technically, and with gameplay that it would get more attention from fans and media.

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