Lawrens wrote:Yeah when we see the figures, its worth reflecting on ourselves and the wider gaming community. The likes of Josh Olin from Treyarch have a point about how we can harm gaming with our attitiudes. Anyone up for another waffly thread from moi?
The problem was Okami also didn't sell very well, I bet if they make an Okami-like adventure game, it'd sell as much as something like enslaved.
So it got me wonder too, what DO gamers want?
Platinum makes great games. So did Clover. Not enough of us bought them to support them. Not enough of us are buying Platinum Games. We talk the talk but don't walk the walk.
If people would like something wildly ambitious like Okami then gamers have to help the people at the studio create the conditions in which it can be made, ie. financial success, security and stability. You can't do that if you sit on the sidelines.
Anyway back to the game, agree with Taurus, wild bull looks grand - eager to see what else the game has up its sleeves.