Ah but then it doesn't have brand recognition and in a publisher's eyes, no brand recognition = no sales. People don't like to buy things that are new. Everyone knows that!GreatTeacherCAW said:Couldn't they have just dropped the XIII? There is literally no need to associate this with the original XIII.
10 years from now on we'll start seeing CoD puzzle games and Battlefield turn based RPGs. Meanwhile, FPS versions of FarmVille and chess will sell like hot bread.Xerosch said:Wow, I'm very surprised how IPs are used. First classics are turned into shooters and once you decide to do a follow-up to a shooter it becomes a casual puzzler???
If this is the new trend I REALLY hope there will be no continuation of my favourite games from the 90s!
Because its on an iPad - ergo its being designed for touch controls. It will have a PC version, but I'll bet you anything its a port - and the controls will be the same as the iPad, but done via the mouse.L10nH3ArT said:Why would someone with a Myst picture, crap on an adventure game based on first glance?
I thought Syndicate started as a real time tactical game. Or maybe that was part of the joke...It's sort of a reverse Syndicate; it began life as an FPS and then was turned into a... well, a hidden object game. Not quite the same thing after all, I suppose.