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#ActualShippou

Posted 17 December 2012 - 02:10 AM

Casual "disposable" games will continue to rise in popularity ( games with a shelf life of less than 2 years ).
Game development it's self will continue to slow down - story lines and game play are already really repetitive , imagine how bad it's going to get in 10 years.
Game play will continue to be dumbed down to the point "every one" can play.
The game market will be absolutely flooded by rushed, cheaply made games - much worse than it already is.

#1Shippou

Posted 17 December 2012 - 02:10 AM

Casual "disposable" games will continue to rise in popularity ( games with a shelf life of less than 2 years ).
Game development it's self will continue to slow down - story lines and game play are already really repetitive , imagine how bad it's going to get in 10 years.
Game play will continue to be dumbed down to the point "every one" can play.

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