Yep.people are insatiable and ironically the vast majority didn't even finish the games (that they even pay for it).You actually touched on the real issue in my eyes, its the constant WANT for new content. We even see it without the service, the way major 100+ hour games just came out but people are already squirming in their seats for the next dopamine hits of news and acquisitions, and big game announcements and…etc
They hype cycle is just part of the marketing.I feel like once a game comes out its already dead. The most hype parts about gaming for a lot of people is the build up before release and the discussions, same with movies and music.
Exactly. Even lower rates of competition.The rapid fire approach to releasing more and more games for such a low cost is only going to lead to games becoming even more devalued.
Which also means Time Sinkers.Then you factor in the other stuff, F2P, MTX, NFT, Ad’s….then you just have far lesser quality stuff coming out because the companies are making more money appealing to the fast food gaming crowd.
This is going to be the very interesting situation between Xbox and Play Station.I hope if this actually does become a reality that it mimics video streaming where there are the lesser services that continue to invest big budgets into big polished games still like hbo max, disney plus, and Apple TV+ are doing