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Submitted by JD2013 585d ago | article

AAA Game Series: Is Sequel Fatigue setting in?

Are sequels to popular game series stifling creativity in the gaming industry? (Assassin's Creed, Batman: Arkham Origins, Call of Duty Series, Dev, Grand Theft Auto V, Industry)

GryestOfBluSkies  +   585d ago
it already has set in. especially in yearly releases
Hicken  +   585d ago
Depends on the series, doesn't it?
bronxsta  +   585d ago
I don't think this applies to Rockstar. They take their time to develop their game, years in between their sequels. Unlike say AC or Madden where a new game comes out every year
H0RSE  +   579d ago
It's not so much sequels as it is boring sequels. Some games actually have really good sequels, in terms of improvement, added features and overall gameplay. Borderlands comes to mind.

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