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News Ubisoft speeding up Splinter Cell sequels

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 3 Mar 2010.

  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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    yuusou Well-Known Member

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    Sequels sequels sequels...
     
  3. Flibblebot

    Flibblebot Smile with me

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    ...and surely faster sequels means poorer quality sequels?
     
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    Ubisoft: Montreal have never produced an amazing game anyway..
     
  5. Matarsak

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    I don't care how fast they churn them out or how good they are, if they continue with the same draconian DRM planned for AC2, I'm not buying.
     
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  7. yuusou

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    Sequel
    Sequel 2
    Sequel 2: The Sequel
    Sequel 3: The End
    Sequel 4: The End Sequel Returns!
    Sequal ...
     
  8. uz1_l0v3r

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    I think we should start calling them McUbisoft. If there's anything that is really starting to bore me about the games industry, it's the incessant spewing forth of sequels, spin offs and downloadable content.
     
  9. shigllgetcha

    shigllgetcha Come at me bro

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    sequels sell easier. the game industry is a business
     
  10. metarinka

    metarinka New Member

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    all those sequels were new IP at one point for example assasins creed is only on the second game, the first one being brand new IP that was pretty fun. A lot more games never get sequels and we never hear about them again cause they sucked or didn't sell well.
     
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    Sequins... Splinter Cell: Staying Alive
     
  12. mikeuk2004

    mikeuk2004 What you Looking at Fool!

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    I like sequels, and I dont get why people hate them. If you got a good game and they keep releasing new content, whats the problem. If ive played a good game and finish it, I want more. There will still be plenty of other games availble.
     
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    @mike that's ok when the sequels are well made. Usually though they underdevelop sequels as they know they've already got a brand that sells
     
  14. SMIFFYDUDE

    SMIFFYDUDE Supermodders on my D

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    No there won't mike
     
  15. ZERO <ibis>

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    We all know that faster games = better games see SCII and HL2 those games were some of the fastest development times ever! By making the game really fast you ensure that you get all the good parts in before you forget what your doing. By releasing more games at a faster rate they can consecrate at just putting 1 or 2 good ideas into the game fast rather than needing to test the ideas or do more than a map pack to create a new game.
     
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