Epic Games: Bulletstorm "Wasn't a Failure, But Not a Success Either"
Posted on Wednesday, October 26 @ 11:29:06 Eastern by Nicholas Tan
Concerns over the stability of the middle class in the American economy has apparently trickled over to video games, where both Develop and Epic Games agree that "Double-A titles are dead". I've been discussing this talking point for the past several years, and how it's causing publishers and developers either to go big and be extremely successful or to create a much smaller game that succeeds as downloadable content.
Epic Games, however, doesn't like the fact that only the biggest triple-A titles survive:
Some franchises, like THQ's Red Faction and Activision's True Crime, have already gone by the wayside. Are we bound to see double- and single-A titles be abandoned in the next ten years?
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