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Old 05-16-2008, 02:05 PM   #1
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Competition Benefits the Sports Gamer

In a re-run of sorts, we have republished a great article entitled "Competition Benefits the Sports Gamer," originally written by Matt Gagnon. Be sure to check out the article and add your thoughts!

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"The Greek philosopher Plato once wrote, "Necessity (is) the mother of invention." If your back is up against a wall you better think quickly on how to turn the situation around. It's safe to say if you have no pressure on you, there's no need to develop the notorious "Plan B." NBA Live 08 and it’s main competitor NBA 2K8 are due to release next week (Along with Sony’s own brand of ball, NBA 08) and I cannot think of a more appropriate quote then the one above to illustrate just how good competition is for all of us sports gamers. When we get multiple titles specific to each sport that are produced by more than one company, a few things happen. First, the games are better. Second, we’re able to pick a game that fits our tastes. And third, no developers are left out of the moneymaking process. In other words, everybody wins. Competition, for lack of a better word, is good."

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Old 05-16-2008, 02:24 PM   #2
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Sadly, history has now shown how EA reacts to competition, and its not by 'putting their noses to the grind stone' and developing a better product..........
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