>Only one I'm kind off sad about
Wolfenstein is the only one of those franchises that's irrevocably tanked as of late, and needs another reboot.
>Its going to shit it self soon in a crash resembling the Atarii collapse
Crashfags are delusional. Vidya industry is bigger than ever, having outgrown every single form of old media (movies, music, books, etc.) other than TV, and has continued setting growth records every year, in particular being one of the few major winners during lockdown this year.
Even the mythology of "The Great Crash" is basically just Atari/Nintendo propaganda, both PC and arcade were totally unscathed through 1983. There has never been a crash.
The only vaguely plausible cорe I've heard from crashfags on /v/ is a theory that the over a hundred of billion dollars a year from tens of millions of "core" gaymurz and a billion casuals, comes entirely from a small number of mega hits like Fortnight and LOL, as opposed to a larger number of smaller blockbusters in other media, and that the population of "high attach rate" gaymurz stagnated back in the '00s.
I haven't found enough stats to completely debunk it, but a quick sanity check of blockbuster vidya revenue contrasted with total industry take indicates it's unlikely.
Speaking as a Macfag, M$ singlehandedly killed everything good about Bungie, Halo, and the FPS genre itself by the time it shipped on XBox, see the Halo thread: >>3387
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