From what I've seen, it seems that >90% of steam titles are various variants of FPS titles. On top of that the top sellers for XBox and PS3 are FPS as well. Eventually the market will hit saturation; we haven't really seen a technological jump in the genre in some time to the best of my understanding. What would Steam sell once the FPS fad is up and people want to play games that involve something other than shootting/stabbing high res people/zombies?
Totally agree with all points but the last assumption; That the "fad" ends. My journey down the fps highway began with Doom, and there were others before it, it's been since 95 for me. A long "fad".
The bradley manning confession, do you think american people were smart enough to believe it was forced?
It's funny you should ask that because i am american, and the first thought i had was "Bullshit. Lock a man naked in a room for weeks on end, only to be tortured
the few times he sees the light of day, and he'd say just about anything. I know i would."
Your planet may have sent millions of robots over the last thousand of our earth years, but this is the first one humans have sent that has drilled into rock.
He left his tinfoil hat at the door.
the beauty of the female body!
In more than 2 Dimensions!
And no two beers could be in the same state at the same time.
Which begs the question, If i have an unopened 12 pack, are the bottles empty or full?
I think it's about time to collapse some wave functions, cheers!
"Card readers? We don't need no stinking card readers." -- Peter da Silva (at the National Academy of Sciencies, 1965, in a particularly vivid fantasy)