is it just me or is the quality in many games dropping to a below pathetic level made by the main stream game developers?
launcher wrote:is it just me or is the quality in many games dropping to a below pathetic level made by the main stream game developers?
mass effect is a good game? i heard it was really simple and it took 2 hours to beat, 5 if you went at a slower more casual speed.
Just I wish there were more titles likes the games I used to love, e.g. Battlezone which was freaking great game. It was like an RTS in the form of an FPS, and for the time one of the best vehicular combat games.
Westwood did have a decent dose or realism and realistic fiction in the games they made though. Red alert 3 units are so weird and non functional it's not funny, they have a tank that looks like a snow mobile. as opposed to red alert 2 you can see some of the tanks as plausiable. Some units where right out of reality like the harrier jet and other units. Anyways its all screwed up now.
its the multiplayer aspect which is a big reason that FPS dominate the counsels. a new game coming out supposively allows 150-170 some people play in 1 game at the same time. If you look at Halo its going towards more vehicals, the more vehicals you add the more it turns into an RTS game, the next version will likely have more vehicals yet. I wouldn't be surprised if in Halo 4-5 if the game resembles more of a C&C game played in first person with a base commander cordinating the fights.
If you look at the games and see what direction they are going in its more complicated, more RTS element's added to them, and more multiplayer.
Furthermore, the idea of a player RTS is sorta ridiculous. Players aren't like the computer, they don't follow orders. And how are you going to decide who gets to be base commander?
this is an example of more realism
and if it is they are taking steps backwards.
Art, regardless of format, is still subjective. And you're hideously uninformed opinion will not change that.
where is the extended life in a game like red alert 3? which game could a movie be made off of? and sell more then 10 copies? a good game can extend beyond the game realm and into other areas.
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