VGChartz gamrFeed – Five Most Disappointing Game Cancellations

Game cancellations suck, but video game development is a business. If it won’t make money in the long run, there’s no reason for a developer to be investing time into a title. Cancellation is not uncommon in the industry today, but occasionally some of gaming’s most anticipated titles never see the light of day. In light of the recent Mega Man Legends 3 cancellation, I look at five of gaming’s most disappointing game cancellations.

You can check out the list on VGChartz’ gamrFeed.

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VGChartz gamrFeed – Will Nintendo Ever Get Third Party Support Right?

Nintendo is one of the most successful video game companies out there. But they have one major flaw: they just can’t seem to get third party support right.  No matter how hard they try, they always end up with the short end of the stick when it comes to publishers like EA, Activision, Ubisoft, etc. Nintendo has promised extended third party support with the Wii U, but isn’t this the same promise we’ve heard multiple times before?

You can check out the article on VGChartz’ gamrFeed.

VGChartz gamrFeed – Today’s Innovations Yesterday: Supplementary Screens

All technology originates from somewhere. And while there are ambitious projects, they may not meet their full potential right out the gate thanks to technological limitations, a non-existent market, or huge laundry list of other problems that may occur. But eventually, some one may pick up on these ideas in the future and be met with great success. I look at not only the history of products in a concept’s life span, but also what struggles it was met with from a market perspective.

With this entry we look at supplementary screens. You can check out the article on VGChartz’ gamrFeed.

VGChartz gamrFeed – Is Mario Overstaying His Welcome?

Most gamers probably can’t deny that, to a certain extent, they have some sort of passion for Mario. But too much of anything can never be good, the same goes for Mario. And while I don’t want Mario to disappear completely, Nintendo might need to rethink how they’re currently handling their biggest franchise.

You can check out the article over on VGChartz’ gamrFeed!

VGChartz gamrFeed -Today’s Innovations Yesterday: Motion Controls

All technology originates from somewhere. And while there are ambitious projects, they may not meet their full potential right out the gate thanks to technological limitations, a non-existent market, or huge laundry list of other problems that may occur. But eventually, some one may pick up on these ideas in the future and be met with great success. I look at not only the history of products in a concept’s life span, but also what struggles it was met with from a market perspective.

This entry we talk about the oh-so popular motion controllers. You can check it out over on VGChartz’ gamrFeed.

VGChartz gamrFeed – Five Wii U Issues You May Have Not Considered

It’s too early to seriously talk about the Wii U in terms of what will or won’t hinder the system. But what we can talk about are what little troubles may arise from the details we already know about the system. Sure, these issues won’t break a system, but it definitely may cause some frustrations.

You can find the list over on VGChartz’ gamrFeed!