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Won't support it because only Nintendo fans are buying it and no matter how good my game is it will be in the shadow of Nintendo games, and because x360/ps3 are a much better opportunity because their huge third party hungry audience and huge install base and x1/ps4 are already outsold Wii U in a couple of months and sells much more software....
melbye said:With gaming moving towards more cinematic presentation developers don't want to have something in the game that that halts the pacing for too long. I agres with you this is the way developers are going, but I think this isn't the way they should be going. Games are a form of media, therefore they have their own language. The same way cinema shouldn't be the filmed...
I remember back in the ps1 era puzzle solving is common place in game play. Resident evil series had tons of it, and it was core to the gameplay and overall experience, re4 still had exploration but little to no puzzles, re5 was a straight walk till the end, and I still don understand what re 6 was or were meant to be. Tomb raider also had loads of puzzles. Hack, even in the ps2 era puzzles was...