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Games are about the interactivity with the controller; they require the players input and challenge his/her dexterity. Modern games deviated from actual gaming because they focus more on the audio-visual experience i.e. presentation, aesthetics and writing.
One of the great things about gaming is how broad a medium it is. Even the term "interactivity" is very open. That's why something like Steins;Gate, which contains literally no interactivity outside of narrative choices, can still be considered a video game. As long as that core interactive foundation is there, it's still a game (which is why we don't stop calling Zelda a game while you're reading dialogue boxes; it's just part of the overall package).
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Ka-pi96 said: TheLastStarFighter said:FYI, there is no such thing as second party. You are either first or third. Some people call third parties making exclusive content or wholey owned external studios second party, but it's an erroneous term. I'm now going to play a second person shooter. It's not an erroneous term. So what if it doesn't have an official usage, it was made...
You should probably add a retail-only section (not including limited runs). It can help reduce the amount of drama threads like these often generate ^^...
I'm somewhat skeptical. I can't imagine why they'd spend 'billions' on the Silent Hill IP when that money could easily fund a dozen new AAA IP. Still, assuming the cost part is wrong (or MS is just silly), i'd rather someone buy it up than Konami leave it to rot....
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