As iterative releases become more commonplace on all game platforms, they effectively reduce the “complete” feel of the product on day one. Going forward, how will this effect consumers’ ideology on a complete retail product, and on the notion that they are simply buying in to an incomplete project?
We had some decent trends in gaming this year, but let’s go negative.
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A collection of game reviews from the first three months of 2012.
Below you’ll find a listing of every GamesBeat game review to date. They are listed in reverse chronological order with the latest review appearing at the top. Note that the dates listed are for when the review was posted, not necessarily the actual release date for the game. That information, along with platform tested and more, can be found in the actual review.
Earlier this month, VentureBeat published a list of 10 of the most anticipated video games of 2012. Some of you had plenty to say about our picks, especially the fact that most of them were sequels. With many established franchises moving to a yearly release schedule, one might start to wonder where all the originality in gaming has gone.