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Posted by Nothing- on 10 February 2019 - 09:16 PM
Not making any personal comments about anyone. I'm talking about industry trends.
I'm not calling anyone cheap except myself.
I hear you, and I agree, the PC gaming industry trends are really weird.
The last few years are the only time that I've let my gaming rig lapse because there simply wasn't any incentive to buy brand new parts. People can say what they want, there have been very few seminal PC games during the last few years. The definitive gaming experiences are few and far between. Which is why games from yesteryear are still getting most of the attention.
Posted by BossKey_Fox on 10 February 2019 - 08:37 PM
You're wrong. We've posted data showing you're wrong. You're doing the internet "talk out of my ass and when proven wrong double down on the bullshit" spiel. Show me numbers that prove your point. Show me where PC gamers are somehow idiots that only spend money on DLC for new games but they didn't buy the new game that they need to play said DLC. Because right now that's what your dumbass argument is. That In Q2 dumb PC gamers bought a shitload of DLC for FC5 but didn't buy FC5 in the same year. And that's data from last year. Out of date? If that's out of date, then post your exclusive brand spanking new data that shows otherwise or STFU.
There's entire genres of video games that only exist on the fucking PC. The two biggest video games of the last few years, Fortnite and PUBG, were PC first and then ported to console. But yet somehow PC is a joke and afterthought for any major video game company.
The Steam awards didn't suck. The only suspect winner is CD Projekt Red and Witcher. I didn't play Gwent or Thronebreaker so I don't know, maybe those are awesome games or maybe PC gamers are just fanboys. Steam just fucked up the noms in the environment category.
Every other award winner won because they are current, popular games that even though they were released in years before, are still in active development giving players fresh content that they enjoy. That's the thing that's changed. Instead of churning out Rainbow Siege 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Ubi decided to implement a season schedule and continue actively developing a game. Same with GTA V, they continue to release new game modes for the online portion. Rocket League is the same.