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How Developers May Be Bleeding Games Dry With Remasters

Just because a game is old doesn’t make it no longer good. Sure, some games have aged poorly and may have just been gimmicky for the time. But, there are many classics out there that have stood the test of time. Some new games could be considered something that would live on as a classic because the experience was incredible for so many people. There’s nothing wrong with promoting games that people may have missed.

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IGiveHugs2NakedWomen848d ago

Well developers are in business to make money. Would you rather have more games:
1. that are 30% game and 70% DLC and microtranactions
2. that have a price tag of $80 to $100
3. that are remake/remasters to help recoup the ever increasing costs of developing games

Pick your poison.