I'm not sure if it's a genre of its own but Detective/Murder Investigation.
We can say "Whodunit" for those kind of movies.
I don't think they need to have an endless stream of content for one single game to keep people's subscriptions. I think they need an endless stream of diverse good games.
You are right about that but in reality I'm afraid most of the companies will chose having 4-5 live-service games that they can milk for years than having -for example- 8-9 diverse single focused games.
I think next step should be add many more AAA titles to their PC catalogue. And to think that someone can immediately play Halo: Infinite when they buy a Project Scarlett+XGP is very interesting.
I wonder is it sustainable and will it affect the single player games like ''If we want them to continue their subscription, we should do more and more live-service games that can not be finished'' etc.
Very good deal. Also ''3 year'' thing is interesting. It's all legal as far as understand. The question is: Should I try it?
Edit: Well, PC catalogue is now very bright for now. Of course there are good games and you can try it for two months like you said.
Okay, now I understood fully.
I thought Kyle has said he’s never going to do this again.
After the second season?
It's a shame it won't come back.
I guess I am not up to date. What do you mean by that?