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May 12th, 2012, 18:27
The days they move toward more story oriented, they are cooked.

Who would buy grid based games but players who like to play grid based games for the sake of playing grid based games?

Using over and over again the same recipe, players who bought that kind of games do not care about playing one thousand times fundamentally the same game.

The days they move away from the basic recipe, the days they want to add more sophistication, watering down the basic substance of their game, they are done. They will lose their core consumers.

If they stick to the same recipes, they will released good/bad games in their own genres, more or less inspired games but will satisfy their customers who want to play over and over again the same formula.
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