A Great Time To Be A Gamer
This may be in due part to now being a fully-fledged adult (something I think is still very debatable) with a job and such. I have been fortunate enough to buy games regularly so have reaped the benefits of having lots of different and unique experiences. I have had some of the best gaming moments of my career this generation. From finally being able to reliably connect with my friends online to gaping in awe at a game as beautiful as Horizon Zero Dawn
The gaming landscape has changed significantly this generation. There are, however, certain things that the next generation needs to avoid. Some of these things have been commonplace this generation and I hope that going forward lessons have been learnt by some of the more baffling modern day gaming trends.Below are some of things that I hope developers will be addressing in the next generation of gaming.
Patches / updates
Announcing Games Too Early
Lack Of Content / DLC
Physical Media Still Matters
I don’t care what kind of physical media we have in the future (discs are a bit out of date now). But I do hope that the two big platform holders follow Nintendo’s lead and stick with physical media.
So what do you think? Agree with this? What do you want to see out of the next wave of hardware?