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1. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 18:01 GMT
I wondered what could be Advance Wars in our era of connected and F2P games so I wrote this pitch:
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 18:02 by BombeVoyage
2. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 18:19 GMT
Sounds good to me. I'm loving Fire Emblem: Awakening so any Advance War game by them would be and instant buy for me.
*Opinions, views, and/or biases are all subject to change on a regular basis.
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3. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 18:25 GMT
How do you feel about Nintendo going F2P? Do you think they can pull it with while keeping their quality standards?
4. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 19:09 GMT
It'd be very difficult to go Free-to-play without either losing money, or making a pay-to-win or horrible game. It's still doable as proven by games like Tribes: Ascend and Team Fortress 2.
5. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 19:17 GMT
I may make business sense to attract new players with the "Free" label, but I don't feel that the connected 3DS player pool is big enough to do so. However, they can address the "Pay-To-Win" issue by being sure that expansion content isn't "better" but explore new depths of gameplay. Boardgames such as Memoir '44 are pretty good at this.
6. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 20:49 GMT
Any new Advance Wars game is great for me. I personally like it better than Fire Emblem, and Awakening is probably my new favorite 3DS game.
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7. Posted: Fri 1st Mar 2013 17:14 GMT
The same for me: I like how fluid and accessible is the gameplay and the light tone of the pre-Days of Ruin games. I have to admit that I am not into fantasy too. Still, I'm super impressed by Awakening...