The lights are on
all know of the one-title-a-year approach to game releases, mainly from
the Call of Duty franchise. For those who may not know, the method's
title is pretty self-explanatory: a studio releases one game a year that
belongs to the same continuing series. This method is incredibly
successful, while it lasts: both Infinity Ward and Treyarch, developers
of the Call of Duty games, and Activision, the publisher, have cashed in
on the Call of Duty money-making machine and so far have not been
ashamed of sucking the well dry. One has to wonder when the day will
come where Call of Duty will join the ranks of Guitar Hero in the land
of games made by developers who's creative sparks died out.
Hey everybody! (Hi Dr. Nick!)
So this week, Titus is out sick, but we interview Scott Rogers! Wait, wrong podcast...