12 Video Game Trends That Must End With The PS5 And Xbox Series X/S

The industry has showcased a lot of annoying trends in the past generation - and it's time to stop.

Posted By | On 27th, Nov. 2020

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Disastrous Launches, Followed by Overhauls

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One thing that will seemingly never change is releasing a game that’s absolutely terrible at launch and then devoting huge amounts of resources to fixing it. No Man’s Sky, The Division, Destiny 1 and 2, Diablo 3, Anthem, Marvel’s Avengers  – the list goes on and shows no signs of letting up. Don’t get us wrong – it’s great that some developers are making the effort to improve their games rather than taking the money and running. But in some cases, it would be great to just receive a good product at launch rather than having to wait for it to get better a year or two later.


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