From: Southern Missouri
Well, I have to say from where I'm sitting it doesn't look like that. We have just as many, if not more, complex wargames in the works and planned for the future now than at any time in the past. It also happens that we have more games that are also less complex planned. I think you need to cater to both sides of the market, but making more non-complex games is not the same as making fewer complex games. I can't speak for other publishers, but one of the reasons we created Matrix Games was specifically to serve the community that enjoys complex and realistic strategy games.
In short, as long as there are still gamers interested in playing these games, we plan to be making them.
That is good to know. I am not espousing some kind of wargame snobbery either. I buy and play many of the less complex games because, quite frankly, I'm not always up to racking my brain out with every important move.
I just want to know that there is a future with games of considerable depth and I'm glad to hear that from where you're sitting things look positive. Hopefully that trend will continue.
< Message edited by Missouri_Rebel -- 3/8/2013 11:09:48 PM >
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