David Nieborg, a Dutch media-scientist think the genre 'war-games' bled to death.
An interesting take on this... I'm not sure I buy any of it, but there are good points nonetheless.
One has better gameplay, one has more sales. End of debate.
they appeal to different audiences and playstyles. theres no reason that they cant exist in harmony. theyre both good at what they do.
I agree with the article entirely. Is true game publishers force game developers to make sequels as oppose to new ips. Since sequels print money. The so called war games lack emotion, the feel of war, and the civilians how are they affected by war.................
Battlefield all the way
The debate isn't about which one is better, but about the fact that publishers rather push out sequels, plus, has this genre 'war-games' really bled to death?
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