Jason Stettner of Gamerheadquarters writes "Bioshock is getting old hitting the ten year mark having taken players on a magical journey from sea to the clouds."
First game I bought was Bioshock when I got an Xbox 360 Elite. Then had to save up and get a 720p TV - still got it to this day in the spare room. Still a good TV.
Creativity like this will never return. The AAA Mobile Model Infection has destroyed all real innovation. We will never get deep stories to get lost in, long SP campaigns with amazing level design, and profoundly thought provoking games again - except for the occasional indie quickie still having the balls to do so (with the proverbial middle finger to publishers). As I commented in another site, now the abominations we buy are $60-120 advertising/microtransaction marketplace platforms facilitating a perpetual wallet siphon with "some game" sprinkled in here and there to make gamers think they are playing games. It was all started by MS, Peter Moore, and Bethesda (Horse Armor anyone? http://knowyourmeme.com/mem... ) and pushed into refinement by them and by Acvtivision, Ubisoft, and other big pubs. Then mobile took this idea to a whole new level and the greed was too temping to leave out of our games. Even console dashboards are ad platforms now.
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