StonecoldMC wrote:The only ones who might Win E3 are the websites like CVG (who again had record traffic to the site for E3 yesterday) who will make millions out of the billions of comments made discussing who f**king won E3.
fatherofthenoo wrote:Agent75 makes a good point, they do seem to repeat themselves, but it must be hard on Nintendo. Fans are screaming "make something new" but at the same time they say "keep that classic feel". Wtf are they supposed to do? Anyway, to the topic. That instant fun feeling is something from a different time. Gaming was new and exciting. Games were few and far between so we made the most of each one and loved them. Games now are kind of throw away. Complete, next one, complete, next one. And creativity seems to be kind of exhausted too. Not just in games but all entertainment media. Doesn't everything feel like the same model but with a different coat of paint? I think what Nintendo wants to do is try and bring back that feeling we used to get from gaming, but I don't envy them because I sure as hell can't think of a way to do it.
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