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December 15th, 2012, 01:31
Again I wonder how many actually ask for these innovative things? Even the most non-mainstream gamers seem to mostly keep asking for sequels, remakes and 'old school' approaches.
People that are not satisfied with what they are getting tend to believe that the solution is to restore what was lost instead of pursuing something new. Innovation has a great chance of leading to failure and, even though plenty of people will recognize and even praise it when they see it, they will not accept it as enough of an advantage on its own.
By the way, I claim to like innovation and, because of that, I am satisfied with what I'm getting. The whole point to request things not to be done in a familiar way even though that means that they will reject what is proven to work and you know you like.
"I am not interested in good; I am interested in new, even if this includes the possibility of it's being evil"
(LaMonte Young, 1962)
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