The future of gaming

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MinDBlanK
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Re: The future of gaming

Postby MinDBlanK » 04 November 2011, 23:45

BUILDER GUY wrote:I agree with xflame
Gaming got profitable
The only fps I play is rainbow six because it involves some thought about hostage rescue...
I mainly play constructive games because I find them more interesting


+1

There is no depth in FPS anymore, it is boom bang boom run gun die spawn. Rinse repeat.

I too have always enjoyed for far longer periods of time intelligent thinking micro-managment games, the ability to be creative within the game and have it turn out how you planned not by a cut scene.

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Re: The future of gaming

Postby BUILDER GUY » 06 November 2011, 01:17

To get back on topic about the future of gaming
I think with more and more people getting a good Internet connection games will all have a online mode and some games will have an entirely online element as well as becoming social such as being linked to Facebook and twitter. :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:
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MinDBlanK
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Re: The future of gaming

Postby MinDBlanK » 07 November 2011, 03:34

A lot of that happens now in games, for me the future is MMO. The Internet is far more powerful as are computers, the future are huge worlds, think planet side 2 a game I'm really looking forward to!

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Re: The future of gaming

Postby mikamochacxl2011 » 26 November 2011, 10:32

I like cities xl more than any other games.
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Re: The future of gaming

Postby bperry » 16 January 2012, 03:26

I really think that the future of gaming is to take the free form of not having to use physical controllers though that kind of defeats the purpose of having one in the first place. I have a kinect at home and though that makes controller-less game play, it still feels different and a little tiresome for someone who is not in that sort of thing.

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Re: The future of gaming

Postby jacklance » 31 October 2012, 11:10

I don't want cloud gaming :D , I like having my collection, cities xl and my systems ;)

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Re: The future of gaming

Postby alvanorichie » 12 December 2012, 12:53

There is no problem with the direction of future gaming is headed in, more so the people that it is designed to be aimed at! Fighting games and war games are now being targeted at younger children, this may lead to aggression issues.

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Re: The future of gaming

Postby nomibucha » 25 October 2013, 07:39

This is very nice sharing about the future of gaming .from my point of view the future of gaming is very good


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