[It's time for another Monthly Musing -- the monthly community blog theme that provides readers with a chance to get their articles and discussions printed on the frontpage. -- CTZ]
Simply put, there is nothing more sad then wasted potential. Having the opportunity to do something great, deep, meaningful or even just different, but then in the end deciding it's not worth the hassle. Effectively deciding to do nothing.
Before I continue, let me preface this argument by saying that I am not psychic. I don't claim to have extensive knowledge of how the game was going to be handled or what it would entail outside of the information I've gleaned from the various articles I've read. I can only speak about the potential I saw for this game, and games like it, to make an impact.
Incredibly, I didn't anticipate this outcome. I had assumed that Konami knew exactly what they were getting themselves into and were prepared to fight the good fight until the bitter end. Sadly, ideals such as these are only seen in movies and books as well.
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