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Submitted by ReillyC 474d ago | opinion piece

What We Can Learn From "Bad" Games

If we can not learn from our mistakes, we will not improve. What we can learn from others mistakes is how to avoid them.

I take at a look at a few games I thought were "Bad" and break them down to tell what is fundamentally wrong with them and what we can learn from the development mistakes. (Amy, Deadly Premonition, Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, Dev, Double Dragon II: Wander of the Dragons, God Hand)

ltachiUchiha  +   474d ago
Let me guess. Not buy them? This is why im picky, because if i just went with my gut feeling, id buy all the worst games out there lol.

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