Fobia writes: "What makes a great video game? Is it the story? The main character’s personality? The genre of the game? The realism of the graphics? Physics? Action? Emotion?…What? Does a game have to have a combination of two or more to make it considered “Great”? To go along with these questions, does only a great game deserve a sequel? I know that if a game does not cover the cost of production and a little extra, it is highly unlikely that game will be allowed to have a sequel. Or if the company does not think that a sequel will be profitable, then the whole idea of making a sequel will be swept under the rug. That is the way things are; its all about the money. But…what if it wasn’t? What if the final say if a game being created wasn’t if it would sell a million copies? What if it was if the game would have a great story? Changed the way a genre is played? Creates a new genre?"