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Old 12 September 2002, 00:41   #17
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Good point, Twist, but I think it has more to do with the games industry becoming really big business, like music. And as in music, when big firms with big bucks get involved, the last item on their mission statements is originality. Taking risks seems to lose out most times to the extension of an established franchise. In order to shift, er, units.

The same lack of new gaming ideas is evident no matter the hardware platform, console or computer.
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