It doesn’t sound like a varied set, but it is: some are indie, some are from large studios, linear stories are told by some, narratives are generated by some with the systems-based gameplay I adore most. The PC has the most variety of any platform, but it’s missing one thing: grins. Can someone please smile?
The struggle for survival and the murky depths of human morality are excellent matters for games, but what of colour and whimsy? Not Goat Simulator whimsy—that’s a ten-minute physics joke—or Super Meat Boy’s grotesque humor. I’m speaking true whimsy: the LEGO series, Costume Quest, Rayman Legends.
Those cheerful games exist on PC, yes, but largely as smaller experiences and never almost to the level they exist elsewhere in gaming. I want more games made by programmers who say earnestly, “How do you play with a heap of yarn or some material? We thought about those things quite challenging.”
That’s a quote from Nintendo’s E3 convention this morning. Yeah, I want Nintendo games and yeah, it’ll never occur. I will never purchase a Wii U, either—I love Zelda, but I am not going to pay $300 to play with it and then spend years stubbing my toe on a box full of Miis. Still, as excited as I was by the games shown at Sony’s conventions, and Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft yesterday, seeing the new Zelda left the dopiest smile of all to me. A more Nintendo inspiration on PC would be very welcome.
It is a tough issue. Great resources can be dedicated by Nintendo to making a game because it’s assembling a first-bash games console program: the Wii U encounter. Its business is about creating value within the Nintendo ecosystem, and it results in large, uniquely Nintendo eyesight with high quality standards. Thrown into Steam’s combination, would Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze really be a viable PC game?
Maybe not right now, but PC gaming is growing. More and more, the PC is absorbing games that may have been called Games Console Encounters. Not that those games need anything beyond a low-end system, and that’s another reason it is becoming more easy to play wherever we desire, given some old hardware and a DIY brains.
As PC gaming keeps growing, I want to add an acquisition to the list: big, colorful, unabashedly cheerful worlds that favor gathering around to chatting on headsets a display. I’m not proposing we should have less of anything else—I desire all the Witchers the business can throw at me — but that there’s a gap to fill. Nintendo could fill it, but since it won’t split its games from its games consoles any time in the foreseeable future (let us say, a thousand years), there’s an opportunity here for someone else.
I believe the opportunity will be assumed shortly, and I can not wait to see what a modern Nintendo-like programmer will realize with the PC’s freedom. Until then, we do have Arma Kart .
Source : telechargerjeuxjeuxpc.com