Digital Renaissance – 2018 and Beyond

Enjoy the success’s and failures of 2017 and look to the future in hopes that that next great game is willing to give you as much time and energy as you are willing to give it.

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I’ve decided to write this article for a few separate reasons – primarily its to highlight some important games coming out in 2018 – but I’m also writing this article to take a look back at games from 2017 and earlier, and to examine how they’ve been doing in the time since their launch.  Some, as you’ll see, have flourished in the time since their launch; actively listening to players and balancing demand with quality.  Others haven’t fared so well despite massive initial followings.

All of these games share one thing in common, however – that they have earned their fair share of attention in a number of interesting ways.  For a look ahead, as well as a bit of retrospect, read on.

All That Glitters

The first Destiny was initially a massive hit, boasting millions of active players across the globe.  If you’re unfamiliar, the Destiny franchise revolves around…

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Published by: galoot247

I'm a working man with the "American Dream" list of responsibilities, limited time and money and I'm here to provide you my gut reaction first response to save you time and money. I'm a below average gamer that tries to make above average plays. I once lost 12 consecutive thumb wrestling matches to a 4 year old.

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