What Would You Change About The Gaming Industry?
Today’s question is pretty straight forward in itself, but the scope of answers may turn out to be mountainous in size.
As the title eagerly suggests, what would you change in the gaming industry? It may be an element found within games, it may be the way the industry or publishers go about doing their business or even removing something universally from the gaming radar; since the birth of games until the end of time. Would you ban sequels? Would you prefer a set of subtitles to be included in every game ever made for a long forgotten language or even a separate window in the upper left corner for sign language? The variables you may alter cover a remarkably large spectrum.
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Removing any and all implemented ideas of microtransactions from games and the people who implemented them in the first place will make for a more relaxed world in my opinion and one where the developers will most probably put in the extra effort to put out a decent game where everything is as it should be with everything available to to the player with in-game currency and no credit card details ending up at some warlord’s front door to buy ammunition for his 8 year old soldiers.
Now it is your turn to tell us what you would change? Be creative and remember the tantalising details.