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February 28th, 2011, 15:20
Depends on a lot of things, such as genre, gameplay, perspective and the fans. Both HoMM and M&M were developed by the same company, yet they suffered different fates: HoMM has always been successful despite very few changes, while M&M went down the drain due to a lack of changes (let's not talk about the game where everything changed).

Generally, I find that 2D games (Baldur's Gate, HoMM, etc) age better than 3D games (M&M, Doom, Wizardry, etc). There are many other factors as well though, such as gameplay, target audience and so on.
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