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4 Signs that your Game is Doomed

Game development is as much an art as it is a science, and getting the two parts to work right can be incredibly difficult. With the rise of crowdfunding and kickstarter, we’re seeing many first-time developers and groups try to make it big with their “dream idea.”

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Goldby1354d ago

3 sign you have no ethics when it comes to click bait

MsMitchelle1354d ago (Edited 1354d ago )

I'm assuming you glanced at the title without reading the article. The content is far from clickbait seeing how it articulately elaborates on the subject. But this is N4G; where gamers glance at an article title to form a baseless opinion.

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Goldby1353d ago

Click bait: (on the Internet) content, especially that of a sensational or provocative nature, whose main purpose is to attract attention and draw visitors to a particular web page.

humans love lists. why else are there all these 10 signs... or 5 things you didnt know. or 7 things company a is working on.

If you need to put click bait titles in your articles, you didnt do a good enough job thinking of a title.
title should have been more centered on proper management and organization, and the importance of that instead of telling you signs you might be failing. after all the flip flopping part someone could take litteraly like some people take for Webmd.

instead of telling people whats wrong, they should be explaining how to improve organization and streamline workforce.

Telling me whats wrong doesnt help me fix it, but giving me ways to improve is a much better way

MsMitchelle1353d ago (Edited 1353d ago )

@Goldby

"whose main purpose is to attract attention and draw visitors to a particular web page."

That's subjective in every sense. Especially if the writer's purpose was to express an evident opinion based observing an industry. Not every article title is meant to cater to those that may be sensitive towards a specific subject.

"humans love lists."

That's another subjective comment. If we statistically look at article writing headlines, most writers use the "How to's" as an attraction to accumulate traffic. Why copy another formate? Writing should be about expression, not limiting yourself to these "mythological structure rules" on how to write an article just so we won't offend a certain audience. There's something called, "freedom of speech" for a reason.

"If you need to put click bait titles in your articles"
Again, clickbait is subjective to the sensitive reader. By the way, Triton XP's traffic is terrific for a newly funded publication. The article title is SEO approved. I guess the title was though out pretty well.

"Telling me whats wrong doesnt help me fix it, but giving me ways to improve is a much better way"

Telling you what's wrong is the start to fixing an evident problem, which it should. It isn't rocket science. If you read the article, it adequately explains everything.

Fist4achin1354d ago (Edited 1354d ago )

1 it's a sequel only in name
2 the original company has no interested in any part of the development
3 the developers are choosing not to take any advice from the fans and the fans are loosing interest
4 the game is continuously delayed

These are my 4 signs in didn't want to read the article.