Are you male or female? Everyone knows the answer for sure, don't you? And though I do not intend to say anything chauvinist, but the fact of being of one or another gender does influence our life. And I think that this fact also has its impact on the games we choose, as well as on many other goods we pick for ourselves. Do you agree?
Why do we play games? Have you ever tried to find an answer for the question? What makes so many people spend so much of their time playing? Actually, there are so many ways to spend the time more productively and with more use. But we still turn on our computers and play. Why? Are you interested?
Why invent something new if you can take an old and once successful idea, change it a bit and get a new product doomed to be no less successful? I guess that's what game developers think nowadays, and who dares say they are wrong? This month, and especially last week have brought us an amazing number of sequels - high quality continuations to games that were extremely popular after release. I offer you to take a closer look at some of them.
For the last month our site has been running a survey seeking to find out what matters for you, our dear customers, when you choose a game. I think the question is of highest importance for both us, who try to provide you with best possible games, and for you, who can be very well lost among the hosts of new titles released daily. So, what do we pay attention at in a game?
Let's continue analyzing the brightest tendencies of up-to-date gaming market. This time I am going to talk to you about game genres and their combinations. I wonder whether you have paid attention to the fact that most of titles released lately can boast a mix of different genres, but actually it really is quite characteristic of the industry nowadays. Is it an advantage or a weakness of such games?
I think those of you who pay for their Internet traffic have noticed a tendency quite characteristic of up-to-date casual games market. I mean the fact that the games become larger. Have you even dreamt of downloading a casual game of 100Mb a couple of years ago? Or did you think 20Mb was too much? What about buying a very large casual game up to 900 Mb without a chance to try it? Is it worth the effort and the money?