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Xbox 720 questions: will free-to-play spell doom for sequels

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Xbox 720 questions: will free-to-play spell doom for sequels

Postby Lennon Donaghy » 20 Nov 2012, 22:01

I think sequels are a big part in developing games as they give the developer a chance to look over the whole game instead of just tweaking tiny bits every now and then. They also are a lot more attractive to buy in most cases as it is a change and can have a new main character or can have loads of data on the disk instead of downloading all the time until you run out of space and have to buy a memory drive at about the £60 mark. I'm sure someone will come up with an argument against this but this is my own personal opinion. :)
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