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November 19th, 2006, 02:34
Let's assume for the moment, that modern games have been dumbed down. These games are made for an international market, but unfortunately, that market, while large, is now comprised of many people who want a 'quick fix' game (thus the popularity of FPS). Playing an 'old skule' type RPG, takes a LOT of time and effort and therefore, they only appeal to a much smaller market. With the cost of making games being in the millions now, can you really blame the big companies for keeping the 'bottom line' in mind when designing their product? I don't like it, but I understand the necessity. That's why I continue to support the small Indie guys as much as I can!!

If God said it, then that settles it!!

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