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Topic: Do You Believe A Game Is Never Dead?

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GuSolarFlare

41. Posted:

well, then they never die...... as long there's still the internet to find about it, as long as there's sales sites where people sell their old stuff and as long there's a copy(legal or not) of the game somewhere the game will stay alive!
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JaySkyBlue

42. Posted:

Ot's just that with old online game findibg people who still play it. Haha

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CM30

43. Posted:

No game is ever dead, because it's both always possible to replay and extremely likely that someone out there is currently playing it.

Except vapourware. Cancelled games which never even had a demo released are as 'dead' as you can get.

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JaySkyBlue

44. Posted:

No i'm just saying games that are already released!

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Chris720

45. Posted:

Games drop off the radar when the next big title is released but they never really die. Unless of course the game is so bad it's better off being dead and buried and forgotten for the rest of eternity.

But generally, as time goes on, games begin to fade and be forgotten. I doubt most children now-a-days remember what an NES was... the only reason a game lives is when people know about it, if nobody knows about it, is it then dead?

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JaySkyBlue

46. Posted:

Chris720 wrote:

Games drop off the radar when the next big title is released but they never really die. Unless of course the game is so bad it's better off being dead and buried and forgotten for the rest of eternity.

But generally, as time goes on, games begin to fade and be forgotten. I doubt most children now-a-days remember what an NES was... the only reason a game lives is when people know about it, if nobody knows about it, is it then dead?

Of course they'll know what it is thanks to VC! But i doubt the 2000s generation would really care for it as much as us 90 kids.

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Norik

47. Posted:

Maverick Hunter.

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MAB

48. Posted:

Checkout the King of Fighters remake heading to WiiU ;)

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Gregor

49. Posted:

Games never die.... as long as you download them.

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JaySkyBlue

50. Posted:

Gregor wrote:

Games never die.... as long as you download them.

Or if you tell a friend that naybe interested in the title lol

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