I keep hearing people talk about this topic, and I can't believe it is a serious discussion. If there is a game where everyone wins, how is it even a game (especially examining the history of games). This even worse than giving out valueless achievements in video games to make player feel accomplished.
You don't change a generation of losers into winners by making them automatic winners. Imagine if military personnel were instructed this way. They don't have to train, they don't have to work hard to build themselves up, because they will automatically win the war. Let a war happen, they will get whooped. And if children in youth sports are being trained this way, you can bet in the future the military will be trained this way.
Old games used to provide more of a challenge, and most "gamers" today quit as soon as they run into a puzzle or problem that proves frustrating to solve. Imagine how the next generation will be.
This is another degradation of society.
Please tell me that no one here agrees with this, I mean, you are a game developer...
P.S. I guess this is like an infinite way tie?
Wait, no, you still have to compete for a tie. smh.
Edited by Tutorial Doctor, 25 July 2014 - 08:55 AM.