The release of Dynasty Warriors 8 got me thinking about dead horses and flogging.
Stay the f*** away from my Dynasty Warriors: Empires.
Typically, when a list like this comes up, the reasons for any game being on the list are ridiculous. Lists like these are written by people who expected something from a long running series because they played similar games or recently played a game they enjoyed so much that they wished its influence were present in other games; so when that doesn't happen they get all whiny and think the franchise should die. The reason these franchises are still around is because a majority of people for most of the games, with some exceptions (*cough*CoD*cough), see something new and/or different about the games and want to experience it. For the development side, the games couldn't survive by literally offering only the same experience time and time again, with some exceptions that are just wrong again. So basically, quit your b*tching and play other games. Stop wishing series' would die just because YOU stopped enjoying them.
I like that Lego games are listed (popular with children and adults looking for simple fun), but things like Madden are not.
Didn't you know? Madden is the most innovative, new game every single year. I mean, the Roster changes alone... such inovashun.
Holy shit eight bubbles
Seriously, why do games journalists think they know what is best for the industry and it's customers? Narcissism? The market will decide when the games have run their course.
I hate articles like this! Don't think any franchises need to die, my buddy loves dynasty warriors and would be devastated if the games stopped. People usually make these articles to bash the games they don't like.
When I saw Tom Clancy and Lego I was like wtf.
The only redeeming factor for Tom Clancy is The Division, which looks like it will be a solid game.Haven't seen anything on Patriots for awhile, hope it's still in the works as well.
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