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Default The Future of RPGS - - According to Urquhart and Muzyka

February 12th, 2013, 09:01
At the moment, they are more concerned by staying in business (that is keeping to work) than their customers'base.

These guys are seasoned professionals so they know how to do it.

The developpment costs of these features will go much cheaper than keeping on improving the current directions (especially that of continuity between each episode of a saga)

After that, players will play what they are given to play. This is as simple. And if some of them happen to no longer play, most of the times, it wont be because they can resist the urge of buying the game, but simply because they can no longer afford buying the game.
In the last case, those ex players are of no interest for any video games studio.
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