That brought up an interesting thought. I can't imagine what gaming is going to be like in a couple hundred years. Realize how much gaming has changed in the last decade, but multiply that many times over. Think of the progress of the industry being comparable to the leap from classical music to Rock, but with a dizzying amount of technological advancements aiding in its cultural evolution.
" @DuhQbnSiLo said:You mean decades. "
Yes and what did Nintendo gives us THIS E3... thats right the same OLD IPs we've been getting for 30 YEARS, yes 30 years. and you want me to praise them for it? Hell no! I'm happy yes, but you want me to say they had the best display of there view for the next gaming year, with sequels of the same IPs we've been playing for 3 centuries? your insane. "
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I think this should have been standalone dlc like Battlefield 1943, unless there is a robust campaign that warrants more than a dlc release.
" @wisdumcube said:I gotta say: I thought Bungie wasn't in it for the money. Isn't that why they bought a majority stake in their own company, and gained independence from Microsoft? Ah well, I guess everyone has their price, I just hope Bungie sold out for a lot." Why Activision? Just.... Why? "Maybe because they offered them the best deal? ?? ??? ??? ?? ??! "
Goddamn it Activision: stop being so greedy. You are going to kill the videogame industry. Stop flooding the market with a million iterations of the same franchise! You should have learned your lesson from Guitar Hero.
My hatred for mainstream pop artists are eclipsed by my hatred of the evil corporate monster that is Activision.