RoOhDiNi wrote:"It must embrace new models - and yes, especially free-to-play and cloud gaming - instead of continually pretending these don't exist."
You just made me throw up
sh4dow83 wrote:Personally, I hope that this will be an Atari 2600 moment. Console manufacturers have been slacking off for far too long and it's time for a radically different era, led by new players.
richomack360 wrote:You do realise that console manufacturers have to cater for a broader spectrum than those that want a high spec gaming PC ?
There is no doubt that the console industry is not evolving fast enough. It must embrace new models - and yes, especially free-to-play and cloud gaming - instead of continually pretending these don't exist.
RoOhDiNi wrote:I think what the industry truly needs in order to create sustainable value in a digital market is to allow us consumers to trade our used licenses in a convenient and transparent way. That's what really needs to change. People should stop holding out for steam sales, and be encouraged to buy new IP at premium prices again. That's what fosters innovation and quality.
Microtransactions devalue Software by creating the impression of your package being inconsistent/incomplete - Psychological traps built around the idea of desensitizing consumer's value perception.
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