Having kids makes you ha I will agree with you that a game of conflicting algorithms is unsatisfying. I think falling down a pit and dying is a fine death. Instead of the assumption that the specter of loss feeds the adrenaline rush, why not go with the assumption that it is the mirage of victory? It can be very easy to forgot the the biggest Studios are often owned by Third-Grade Finance Warning Shareholders, and that to them a atmospheric game may not be something they want to show Shareholders who want to make money. Finally, I wanted to continue to clarify my points on death in RPGs.
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I honestly don't think it's the people at the keyboards, because I am fairly certain that For them, equipment was very tangible. Ezekiel Offline Joined: Nov Posts: Big studios don't have the luxury of appealing to only a smaller niche audience like art games will do. Obviously better animation is a plus, but I don't dislike retro anime. It's clear that more and more people are valuing new games less and less, and companies are struggling to stay relevant in that environment.
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So rules are essential to an RPG. Two of my favorite genres, which I still play quite regularly, are interactive fiction and roguelikes. Original Mario on NES? You said, "I think falling down a pit and dying is a fine death. Callin June 30, at PM. Post opinions and such.
The term "art game" or the phrase "it's not a game, it's an experience" makes me wonder if these developers realize that some people's negative reaction might just be because the game is not fun, or engaging. I'll have to agree with this post. Kranes56 , Jul 27, It's just a thought that I've had for a while: A lot of indie developers make these games that are super fancy and "elegant" because that's what they think indie is supposed to be about. However, the way they are applied leads to player engrossment and identification with life.
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