Re: EA's "Project 10 Dollars"
- From: The alMIGHTY N <natlee75@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2010 08:15:52 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 25, 1:56 pm, Doug Jacobs <djac...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sean Black <s...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Most people wouldn't buy the same game again on a new format, if it was
just the same game ported onto the new format. Exactly the same as most
people wouldn't buy a Blu Ray of a movie they already owned if the
transfer was the same one used for the VHS, if it's an enhanced version
then they more than likely would.
That's slowly changing. Look at how many re-releases of older Final Fantasy
titles there have been. In some cases, this is the same game, same
graphics, just different medium (eg. going from a NES cart to a DS card)
But in some cases, the game is also updated when it's rereleased, like God
Of War 1&2 for the PS3.
They're not really targeting people who played the game before:
they're trying to introduce the games to people who didn't play them
by using a platform that is more in line with how the games were
How successful do you think this kind of venture would be if they
released Final Fantasy I, II, III, etc. on the Game Boy, the Game Boy
Color, the Game Boy Advance, the DS, the Nintendo 64, the GameCube,
and the Wii?
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