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The Ever Adapting World Of Games

Ross McKinney writes: I have recently been playing a bit of a psn game titled Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: the Game, and while I have been playing it, I started wondering about the cyclical nature of certain types of games, and how certain genres seem to ebb and flow with each new generation of console. For example, if we go back to the days of the NES, we see many games such as Scott Pilgrim (side scrolling beat em ups), yet if you look at that same genre today, you would be hard pressed to find many more outside of re-releases of the older games, yet if you say that you want to look for a modern military shooter, you cant take two steps without running into a sea of them.

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Crap_Turtle2103d ago

There are more rpgs released, western or eastern than ever before so I dont understand your point. Also comparing sales of 2 different games is beyond worthless