To you personally, what are the franchises you don't mind having them around for much longer?
I.e. the ones that don't seem to exhibit franchise fatigue in your opinion and of which you'd still feel excited if new installments are announced.
It really depends on the developers. Nintendo is able to consistently produce great experiences in quarter century old franchises because they continue to infuse a great deal of invention and creativity into them.
I'll also mention that Street fighter, as a fighting game, will probably never get old. All it takes is the smallest of tweaks and the entire game changes.
Based on how well it does and how much people end up playing each iteration, I would say Civilization, and also the Sims
Personally, I don't really know because many franchises I enjoyed started going down hill--COD, BF4. If I could ever manage to finish a GTA game, i'd probably say that
Nintendo franchises. They are always a perfect mix between pure nostalgia and new elements. For example: New Super Mario Bros U. It reminds me a lot of Super Mario World, but it has a lot of new stuff too.
God of War. Gameplay has been the same for all the GOW games, but I would be up for another one.
Fifa. Gameplay changed very little, but it's always fun with friends on the couch.
@sherman-tank1: Your game favorite franchise needs to 'feel unique' with each game to stay interested? You've never truly loved a gaming franchise.
You are right my friend from the sea!
Assassin's Creed. The campaign missions seem repetitive but as someone who loves history, the recent change in settings every game starting from AC3 makes it refreshing every year. AC4, for example, was nothing like anything that came before it.
i totally agree
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