keyword "mainly" lol
can someone please inform me why so many people are happy to always be playing games outdated by 6 years ? does no one want the advantages of new technology and less restrictions ? does no one enjoy large open world environments much larger than the stuff we currently have?
so much bigotry towards more options and technology..just dont understand it.. would u rather games just stay the exact same they are now ??
haters gone hate :(
I shall do my best to inform you why some people are happy to play outdated games. It's because some of those games are actually quite good, some even without newer parallel of same or better quality.
I kind of enjoy large open world environments, but I also kinda like there to be a point to the game, and if the point of the game is just to lean back and enjoy the environment, then that's fine. But for those who might want to get an actual game out of it, a large environment does not a great game make.
Same with technology. It's nice that you can do great things with technology and make things even prettier (or at least more detailed), but if the only thing a new game brings to the table is more polygons, but less fun, why play it? There are new fun games out there, but there sure are a lot of "this is the same game you played 5 years ago, only with higher requirements, more polygons making it a bit harder to make out what's what and because of the higher fidelity, we've toned down the gameplay so you have time to comprehend the screen"
The site is mainly dedicated to old games, true. Doesn't mean the users are only dedicated to old games. I play both old and new. I just find there's a lot of good games from the past I missed, while the market is not being flooded by new games which I find equally interesting. And definately not as interesting that I'd throw $80-$95 (average retail price of a new game in Denmark) at a game which might be good solely on the promise of more polygons and "refined" gameplay.