This post is part of the Casual Friday post series when every (almost) Friday for the next few months will be ‘Casual Friday’ where I will post some sort of blog post about casual gaming. We can’t all be hardcore gamers with month’s of play-time on our CVs, so now I’ve devoted an entire day to less obsessed gamers!
I’ve already talked about some of the reasons why I think that casual games are better than core games but now it’s time to give a little praise to the games that most of you are here to read about ; core games. I’m talking about huge blockbuster titles like Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 or GTA IV, the latter of which cost a rumoured $100 million to develop. It’s these games that keep us visiting blogs and reading magazines just for little snippets of info on storylines, character creation and multiplayer modes. Great games that cost millions to make, showing the sort of sureness that people have in making games. There’s also the incredible tech that’s used to make massive titles, again showing their superiority.
Click ‘Read More’ to find out why I think that core games kick some serious casual game ass!