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Codemasters: PS3, Xbox 360 dev limit being reached

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 30 Jun 2011 0:50 User comments (35)

Codemasters: PS3, Xbox 360 dev limit being reached Action-packed games pushing up against console performance ceiling.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 console will have been on the market for six years this November, and the PlayStation 3 (PS3) has been around just one year less. That's a very long time in the world of consumer technology, and resource demands for games are only increasing.

Bodycount game director Andy Wilson spoke about how the limits of the current generation of games consoles are being reached. He spoke to CVG about the complications of developing Bodycount for the console platforms.

"It takes a huge amount of effort to get all of that to even work on current consoles, because it takes sh*t-loads of memory, it sucks up performance out of the consoles like you wouldn't believe," he said. "It's been an unusually long console cycle and it's going to run on for some time yet,"

He continued: "You find the ceiling by building engines, tools and middleware which mean the next game you do on the current generation you've already done all of that stuff, so you can then push it even further."

Sony has said it is still committed to a ten year life cycle for the PS3 console, even though there has been hints that the next generation development is in full swing. Microsoft has also said that the Xbox 360 has years of life left in it before it will be replaced.

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35 user comments

130.6.2011 4:20

Memory is always the limiting factor. i still don't understand why they just don't 1996 it and do what Nintendo did so many years ago.

they could 2011 it and just stick like 8 Gigs of Ram in there.


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230.6.2011 5:55

They actually couldn't stick extra ram in there...not without releasing a new version. Nintendo could add ram because carts were like add-on cards.

This really isn't news; the 360 has been suffering badly if only due to the lack of bluray support and the PS3 has been suffering from lack of memory forever; that is why a 1MB in-game XMB runs at about 1 frame every 10 seconds. Every game is scaled back to just barely fit on the tiny amount of memory on the PS3 and all the big 360 games are being scaled back and overcompressed just to fit on 4 DVDs.



330.6.2011 8:02

I agree that the limits are more or less reached.
There might be small software tweaks but they're pretty much maxed out.

I don't agree that Blu-ray has meant a thing for gaming - and quality Blu-ray standalones are now so cheap who really cares if they built in a cheapo player to a console anyway?

Besides they only really used it in PS3 to stuff stacks of 1080p cut scenes into games, nobody really got huge games with all that extra disc size.

430.6.2011 11:20

I dont really see the point of constantly pushing the limits of video gaming. Onscreen graphics are maxed out so lets make another console. I dont enjoy my games bc of the graphics. They are a part of the game and do play a part in the gameplay but what about developer sitting down and coming up with ideas for new games. Call of Duty is the same thing over and over again and though i admit it is nice and enjoyable a new idea would really take people by storm rather than just better graphics and minor tweaks here and there. Zelda on NES was great despite being 8bit bc it was a new idea and concept in gaming. Devs need to concentrate on new ideas,storylines, gameplay, and replay value instead of graphics.

PS. Mariogalaxy 2 was no visual masterpiece yet i could not stop
playing it. Gears of War 2 did have nice graphics and it
too was very addictive.

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530.6.2011 11:45

@Interestx keep putting 3 disks in your 360 then the PS3 still has 25 gigs left after the 360 has hit 3 disks so if you can put more content on a bluray then there is a massive difference.

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630.6.2011 14:31

brockie

First of all hardly anyone actually uses a 50gb disc on PS3, it's usually 25gb.

That single layer 25gb disc is, in terms of actual usable disc size less than 3 Xbox DVDs in fact.....and like I said when they do use the size it's for cut scene = very boring very quickly, especially when they don't let you skip them).

Secondly why not just quit nit-picking and accept the main point.
Blu-ray was in a PS3 to push Blu-ray.
Nobody suddenly got a huge leap in game size & vast games with it.

As for multiple discs?
So what?
It's all about how the game producer packages it.
So long as it is done with sense & care for the story/game line then it is no big deal at all.

If you want to pretend there are vast differences between the PS3 and Xbox's abilities then go ahead.
I suggest most non-partisan people lookin at each see and hear no serious difference at all and the differences that do exist such as they are hardly fit the description.

(and in terms of 3rd party games it is usually the Xbox which has the better looking games.
DVD or no.
You can't just keep saying 'the devs don't make the effort required with PS3' and expect people to say 'oh, ok then')

But none of this is surprising as we now know MS saw the PS3 specs/design at the start anyway.
Either way it seems each is at the limit of their hardware.
Personally I'm looking forward to see what will come next and how big a step forward it might be.

71.7.2011 1:31

@Interestx even devs have complained that they have to cut content out of games, LA Noire had cases cut so it could fit on 3 discs they were on 6 at one point so you can keep telling yourself bluray means nothing that is up to you, trust me the next xbox will have a bluray player. the difference is the experience Sony will by the end of this year released over 20 exclusives for the PS3, xbox has Gears of War 3. even is Sony did push it for bluray they made the right move it beat HDDVD. Plus Killzone 3 used 41.5GB. without cut scenes games would be soulless imo.

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81.7.2011 6:12

Reaching the limit isn't a bad thing, at least they'd know more about what they are working with the prevent bugs and what not.*Skyrim*

91.7.2011 8:40

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trust me the next xbox will have a bluray player.
Would that be just like the Blu-ray player 'everyone' thought was going to be in the next Wii?

Frankly I don't really care because it makes little or no difference and you're still side-stepping the main point.

You can point to a handful of cases where a few devs have said it made a difference to them.
Most do not.
But even so the use which they put all that space the Blu-ray disc gave them was for cut 1080p video scenes, not hugely enormous & long-lasting games.

If you want to do the fanboy thing then fine, Sopny has 20 exclusive games, Xbox 360 offers a total (yes including the arcade games) of around 1000 - and 3rd party games according to many if not most reviewers look best on Xbox.

Swings and roundabouts.

Little or no difference by any sane practical definition.

101.7.2011 10:12

Originally posted by Interestx:
Quote:
trust me the next xbox will have a bluray player.
Would that be just like the Blu-ray player 'everyone' thought was going to be in the next Wii?


LoL...the next Wii does have a blu-ray drive so that you don't constantly have to swap disks...it is Nintendo, so it does not play movie disks of course, but it could if they were not both cheap and lazy. Seriously...it is bad enough that we still have to use disks at all; that is one of the best things about a PC or a jailbroken PS3...but 3 disks? What a pain!

I'm no Sony fan, and I know they only put the drive in there to push the format and also to give it a little bit of an edge (a few years ago, a PS3 and a BluRay player were both the same price). That said, they have gotten lucky in a sense...because they put in a drive capable of reading large disks, the main weakness of the platform is lack of ram, which all of the current generation suffers from.

Also, if you are going to include download games and games ported from older platforms, the PS3 has a ton of "exclusives" as well. I think when he said that Sony has 20 exclusive games, he meant "sony has 20 big-ticket AAA disk-based exclusive games"

Again, I am no Sony fan...sometimes I think their financial goal is to run the stock into the ground so hard it bounces back to where it was before the current CEO took over...but bluray just makes sense; when nintendo uses it without enabling movie playback, you know it is the standard...anything less is substandard.


111.7.2011 15:52

This isn't the first time this has happened. Ten years ago, software was out-pacing hardware very quickly. There was a solution back then: develop for the PC. They made things for high-end computers that consoles of the day couldn't dream of running.

The platform is still there. The solution will still work. We need a PC gaming revival. Develop for Steam, or get Microsoft to tweak Games For Windows Live to make it more attractive.

121.7.2011 16:36

Originally posted by WraithTDK:
This isn't the first time this has happened. Ten years ago, software was out-pacing hardware very quickly. There was a solution back then: develop for the PC. They made things for high-end computers that consoles of the day couldn't dream of running.

The platform is still there. The solution will still work. We need a PC gaming revival. Develop for Steam, or get Microsoft to tweak Games For Windows Live to make it more attractive.
or develop an OS for PC that's strictly for Gaming. they could do it Like MCE, or a standalone OS.

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131.7.2011 17:16

Killerbug

Yes I agree it's a type of Blu-ray and obviously they are moving to a potential of around 25gbs a disc but it's absolutely not a run of the mill Blu-ray drive, I think we agree on that.

What I have to disagree about is your idea that Xbox gamer with games on 2 or more DVDs "constantly have to swap disks".

That's just a very silly exaggeration.

Also I am not saying cut scenes have no place....but be honest, people buying PS3s with their possible 50gb Blu-ray discs did not suddenly find themselves offered a world of games 7 - 8 times bigger than those offered on DVD.


141.7.2011 18:34

Originally posted by DXR88:
Originally posted by WraithTDK:
This isn't the first time this has happened. Ten years ago, software was out-pacing hardware very quickly. There was a solution back then: develop for the PC. They made things for high-end computers that consoles of the day couldn't dream of running.

The platform is still there. The solution will still work. We need a PC gaming revival. Develop for Steam, or get Microsoft to tweak Games For Windows Live to make it more attractive.
or develop an OS for PC that's strictly for Gaming. they could do it Like MCE, or a standalone OS.
Hmmmm, an intriguing concept, and it sounded great when I first read that, but then I thought about it for a moment, and the flaws became quickly apparent. How many people would buy and install an OS whose primary purpose was to turn their high-end computer into a thousand plus-dollar game console? Sure, you could duel-boot, but with the typical user, that's just asking for trouble. It'd never find a big enough market to encourage developers to design games for it.

No, I think Windows is still a great platform for games. It's popular enough to encourage devs, and potentially powerful enough to run anything a game could throw at it. The biggest hurdle right now is how satisfy the average developer's hatred for piracy without having to resort to buggy, game-breaking DRM that is ALWAYS more trouble than it's worth. STEAM is a big step in the right direction; and I think that a similar system of tying games to Live accounts would be great. Adding achievements to PC-exclusive tittles that would be visible on XBL would be a big incentive, I think.

151.7.2011 23:41

@Interestx I'm talking this year not what they have released from day one that is a fan boy comment. really your trying to make out that bluray is not going make a difference in gaming that is naive. by the way I have a 360 on my 3rd one in 2 years I just like my PS3 as well a bit more.like Killerbug said the drive in the Wiiu is a bluray drive Nintendo are being cheap so they do not have to pay for licensing. plus multiplat games are beginning to look better on PS3 devs no what there doing now it is the lead platform as well these days.

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162.7.2011 7:18

Just because you have a game that would fill a dual layer Blu-ray disc is not there just to make a long game. The reason for that space is so they could add more game yes but it's also like how movies look better on Blu-ray, they are less compressed. That extra space is used to make games look better. Look back they use to use tape, cartridges then it went to CD then DVD. Take a look at L.A. Noire it looks a bit better on the PS3 it displays the finer detail and the reason it may not be like that on the Xbox is because they had to compress the game or remove it to get game size down. Fact is next gen consoles will use something other then DVD, Sony owns Blu-ray so PS4 will probably have that, the new Wii will have a dulled down Blu-ray it's just time to change to the new format.

172.7.2011 11:54

The thing console manufactures need to realise is that the clocks counting down, ISPs are getting faster and services like Netflix are growing in popularity. When services like OnLive grow we won't need to buy their expensive boxes, wait for discs to come or downloads to finish. We'll be playing games in the cloud and they'll be bust...

182.7.2011 15:07

@keith1993 cloud down games gone. how will MS Sony go bust they have the customers they all ready let you download full games to your harddrive were you can play without the net better option imo. with hacker these days no net connection is safe.@Mr_Bill06 good points.

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192.7.2011 18:21

brockie & Mr_Bill

For the handful of games that look better on PS3 compared to Xbox there are more than a few where it works the other way.

LA Noire is not proof of anything except that the 'lead console' is usually the one which ends up looking & running a little better.
Same as all those games which had the Xbox 360 as the lead console and looked and ran a little better doesn't prove the PS3 has problems.
It's just what happens when 1 is developed off of the other.
Whatever way around it is is usually the one that gets the slight benefit.

This gen I think the idea that Blu-ray has meant that much to gaming is simply not borne out by the mass of evidence we see.

You can point to a few PS3 exclusives that look slightly better, but it's still only slightly and Xbox does have a host of 3rd party games that look that much better on it (which is to say a little better).
There's nothing 'fanboy' about saying that, it's just the truth.

The problem Blu-ray has is that for too many people the difference is .....um, so what?
For films and games.

I know, I have a nice 50" 1080p THX plasma and the audio kit (including the right spec speaker package) to be able to get & hear lossless audio properly (all professionally calibrated too) and with few exceptions most say 'yeah it's nice but....' and they don't really care.
Plus they think I'm insane to have spent what I have on my stuff.

keith1993 is closer to the truth.
Downloading is going to be the thing.
Discs are old and on the way out.
I can easily imagine getting the bare bones of a game on DVD (which is still enormously easier & cheaper to produce compared to Blu-ray) and the rest comes to your hard drive via DLC.

I think those who seriously see Blu-ray as the future of anything are in for disappointment.
It's a development tech - by which I mean developed from DVD/disc tech - and it's not that usual for development tech CE stuff to get a long run.
Fine if you accept that (I do) disappointing if you don't/can't, put it this way, I cannot see it repeating DVD's spectacular success.
In fact I expect DVD to see Blu-ray die rather than the other way around.
Into the 6th year now and growth has not matched DVDs.

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202.7.2011 19:29

I don't know how you can say Blu-ray is still expensive? I have bought many movies even ones that use dual layer discs for $10-$15. Any new medium at first is expensive again look back when CD and DVD came out. Both CD and DVD computer burners where several hundred dollars. Blu-ray will catch on a lot more when price goes even further down to where DVD is at, again it will take a while just like DVD did. DLC is nice but where I live we are going backwards, we no longer have many unlimited net plans and plans are small, I am still lucky to have an old unlimited plan. I will agree for the most part Blu-ray in the PS3 has not been really beneficial to games because most games are ported from the Xbox to the PS3. Like I said in my post a few posts up the reason why Blu-ray will help games out, this is not really debatable that game system manufacturers will not stick with DVD and it's limit of about 8gb. There was a news article on here that had to do with Microsoft updating the 360 to squeeze more space out of a DVD, that right there says something. I am also not saying that Blu-ray is the be all end all of discs but right now it's the disc that holds the most and is the primary source to get HD movies on. Will Blu-ray be around in the future? I don't know, but as we increase the resolution and less compress files we need a bigger disc or space to hold them and that will only lead to new mediums being made.

212.7.2011 21:56

Mr_Bill

To even be able to get the lossless audio you need an expensive speaker package.
You're also better off not buying a bargain basement receiver cos no matter what the little lights tell you you probably aren't really getting it either.

Plus you need a decent HD TV to make the most of the image.
Your bargain 32" HD TV is not your friend and nor is a cheapo 40".

Blu-ray has already had 5yrs and is now into it's 6th year.
How many more are you expecting it to get (or to take)?
Even DVD 'only' got a full 10yr run before the next things came along (and as far as films go that now ranges from DVRs to various IPTV systems - even the Blu-ray players themselves now often come with all sorts of on-line means of viewing films).

I'd also say you're day-dreaming if you think the mass-market is moving away from 720p/1080i for broadcast and 1080p for films.
HD isn't even ubiquitous yet (and in most territories is very very far from it).

As for PCs Blu-ray has missed the bus there.
Hard drives are so huge, reliable & cheap now - along with simple user-friendly media players to hook them up to anything - why would anyone worry about using blank Blu-ray media which is so slow & expensive?
Try telling me you can get cheap BD50's....no seriously, I like a ton of people would love to know.
You see I buy all this crap but I am under no illusions about its transitory nature. Those who think it is durable and here to stay are kidding themselves.

Sony has Blu-ray.
That's it.
Nintendo use their own version of it which is nothing like the same
Microsoft?
I'd bet the house they too go their own way.
2013 we'll all see.

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222.7.2011 22:23

Yes the writable BD-50's are not that cheap, the cheapest I ever paid was $50-$60 for a 10 pack. To you and I the price of blank media is just not worth buying, I can buy a 1TB hard drive for $40-$50 when on sale to the 500gb spread on 10 BD's. Going back to my point Sony, MS and Nintendo would love this it would cut down piracy because you would need to have a Blu-ray burner and Blu-ray discs. I do think price will come down once there is a high demand the more they make the cheaper it gets, also as time goes on they could improve the process involved in making them to cut costs down. Then again the cost is only high on blank discs, games will still cost $50-$60 no matter what media it's on. All I am saying is that DVD should no longer be the media of choice when it comes to gaming for consoles. There is not much space on the disc and I could care less what media Sony, Nintendo or MS use as long as it's not DVD. I think that's what most people are saying and the biggest disc that is on the market that I know of right now is Blu-ray. I can see if MS does not want to pay Sony or support the Blu-ray media they could use HD-DVD it's just a tad smaller then the BD discs. I know before HD-DVD died they where coming up with a 100gb HD-DVD disc. Blu-ray is in works with a 1TB disc yes you heard it right 1TB, how far are they with that I don't know but it would require a different laser then the one's being used now.

Edit: Since last hearing a long while ago I just did a search and TDK are making a prototype dual sided 1TB disc (500gb each side) and it can use a normal Blu-ray laser.

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232.7.2011 22:55

@Interestx I'm talking exclusive games THIS year not in total PlayStation has way more than 20 exclusives, they have over 20 coming this year Xbox has GOW3 that is the point I'm making. you probably said you liked TDK tapes instead of CD & VHS over DVD the fact is DVD will be dead & bluray will take over the technology is still being worked out like Mr_Bill06 said 1TB discs there will be 100gb ones ready soon that work with the PS3 as well you seem to want to live in the past.

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243.7.2011 0:27

LA Noire on Xbox is using very low bitrate MP3... maybe to save space? --> http://game.bramantya.org/investigating-how-team-bondi-managed-to-fit-la-noire-in-3-dvd-part-1-audio/
btw anyone willing to see the PS3 file?

253.7.2011 2:33

BluRay is the future...at least the immediate future. Downloading is great, but has some serious drawbacks. DLC is probably not the future...I honestly think we will go from optical disk to cloud, and skip the era of downloading entire AAA games, at least on the consoles.

-Downloading is slow. These big games leave most of the 50GB on the disk and just play it back as needed, even the slowest BluRay drives read at 72mbps...even doing this, some games take an hour to install. The fact is, if you have an internet connection that is fast enough to download 50GB games, then you have an internet connection that is fast enough for cloud gaming.

-Hard drives are small...the 360 can't even upgrade to 500GB, and most people still have their stock 230GB-320GB hard drives. Not much room for 50GB games there.

The drive in the Wii2 is a bluray drive from what I have seen...they don't want to pay for licensing, so there is no app to play blurays, but the drive seems to be physically identical...it only makes sense as the technology is already in the public domain (that is why companies like LG can make a bluray reader drive so cheap).

Oh, there is one other very serious issue with downloading games that I am sure is a huge concern for developers...if someone has to spend hours or even days downloading a game, why pay for it? Why not just download from Usenet or a torrent or something?

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263.7.2011 2:45

the next XBOX & PS4 will still have drives most gamers still want physical media. maybe in 10 years the cloud will go mainstream in gaming not so sure myself I like to have something in my hand. people are already downloading AAA games I have seen Infamous 2 digital on my friends list.

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273.7.2011 10:04

Guys, I still think you are concentrating on the specs & potential but ignoring the practical.

Let's be clear about the bigger Blu-ray disc sizes.
They aren't going to be anything close to mass-market.
Not outside of Japan.

As it is a dual layer blank BD50 costs are enormous and production is not that high, which helps keep the price high - and this took a long time to get to and was hard to do.....how much harder and more expensive even more layers?

Then there's the claim they work with existing lasers.
I call BS on that, I'll believe it when I see it.
Then there's the final 2 points on this.
1) BDXL. The bigger Blu-ray.
It is stunningly expensive and selling in tiny numbers in Japan only - and it does require a new player.
It's not like any big western studios is releasing films on it either and I have not heard of anyone big planning to.
2) The existing market.
A new Blu-ray is just what the market does not need right now.

50gbs max for Blu-ray (outside of Japan) is it.
Nintendo think 25gbs will do fine.
Microsoft?
I think they might pick up the 51gb triple layer HD DVD tech that was ready just before HD DVD was canned.

But be serious, it's a stop-gap.
A time-filler until our internet infrastructure is ready in enough places so that games (and films) come via digital distribution.
The UK is not exactly a front runner for net speeds but we are getting 'up to 40mb' rolling out across the network right now.
It's coming.

I do expect the next consoles to have a disc player and a much larger (1tb?) hard drive (and USB 3.0 for flash & external HDDs) but it is the last one.....and everyone knows it.
That's not what I call 'the future'.
It's the last knockings of the present.

....and brockie

I'm not "living in the past" at all.
I have all this stuff.
I'm just not kidding myself that I have bought into the future.

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283.7.2011 10:06

The only other problem I can see for full downloadable games is you can not sell it when you no longer play or want the game. I hope they can change that in the future so that you can sell and transfer you license to someone else. This is the big reason a lot of people want to own physical media they don't want to be tied to one console. They want to be able to play there game on any system and be able to sell there game if they so do wish.

293.7.2011 10:17

Mr_Bill06

There's always a way but it depends on how nice the corps want to be to everyone.

TBH what I expect to see is something like how TV is going.
You pay a monthly sub and a vast catalogue is open to you.
It's just there all the time.
The cloud I guess.
So keeping a physical copy is pointless.

How much we have to pay for this will be interesting but however it begins ultimately I see it as just being part of the normal back-drop.
You turn on your TV, go to menu and select whatever it is you want to watch or play - or continue watching or whatever you were playing before.

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303.7.2011 14:24

they could charge you whatever they wished if cloud was the only form of getting media. physical media, D2D and Related Services keep a balance.

its Human Nature to want something physical or at least knowing it could be made so.

Cloud is like ordering a cheeseburger and getting a plate with a translucent cheeseburger...you can see it and smell it but you cant touch it or eat it.



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313.7.2011 18:28

DXR88

They could....right up until you cancelled or swapped to another provider/portal service.

I think one of the things here is too many people are thinking about this as if it's going to be restricted in many ways.
It might start off like that but to truly grow & become what it will that just won't happen.
Otherwise it doesn't take off.

But the thing is it offers way to many benefits to too many businesses and people for it not to be allowed to grow.

The cloud is much more like a delivering catering service able to offer you up exactly what you want whenever you want it.

It is going to happen and people clutching their old 'physical goods' certainties will continue to do so for a while - until even they realise how silly & pointless it is.

324.7.2011 20:27

Let's be real here. I hope bluray is in the next gen consoles. All of them but bluray disc biggest impact for PS3 has not been for gaming. If not for bluray he PS3 wouldn't have sold as many consoles period. That's been its biggest advantage.

As for PS having all these exclusive his year, that's just more chances to have your credit card and other information stolen on an inferior gaming network. Let's keep it real. How many people got rid of their PS3 just to be able to play online months ago. So please stop fanboying here.

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335.7.2011 5:09

And when Sony, Microsoft and who ever else bring out their next Gen consoles????? More long scenes of pointless chatter, fancy expensive pointless CG openings Hollywood style. Very few games with excellent graphics but poor, shoddy visuals, poor game play AND???????? Hundreds of well funded war fighter sims.

Gaming has become so predictable with one target audience in mind.


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345.7.2011 11:09

TrinUK

I agree.....but then trying to break out of the dour self-labelled 'serious gamer' niche is what Wii/Kinect/Move is all about.

There's room for all in my view.

I just look back to the variety of games we used to have with Genesis/Megadrive, SNES & Playstation 1 and can't help thinking where did it all go so wrong?


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