Anthony G Posted February 21, 2005 Report Share Posted February 21, 2005 When Sega released their sports titles at 20, it was obviously a marketing decision to introduce their titles to a broader audience. An attempt to introduce the Madden fans to an alternative, competitive, high-quality product. In the past, many (including myself) perceived games released at this price point to be a reflection of sub-par quality realized by the publishers. Several occasions I have played some of these games and have been pleasantly surprised. The trend seems to be growing with several games coming out with decent previews. I wonder if other publishers might be following in the footsteps of Sega and trying to get to gamers in a highly saturated market (an attempt to lock consumers in to a potential franchise). I was wondering if anyone in the community shares this perception. I was also wondering if anyone else has been happy with titles purchased under the circumstances already mentioned above. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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