joaotiago41 wrote:Manutoo, a boxing game to the PC platform would be a hit as there isn't any game for PC. Besides, I really like boxing games.
greenice80 wrote:I give you my advice...
You have to focus on what i called "Sport career games". They are sport games focused on a single player mode in which he plays a career to become the best player in the world.
You can also try the same with sport where there's not a team and that are popular but does not have many titles (or many GOOD titles to play)...I think about cycling which has no single player game but only managing team's game...
Curtis wrote:I think this is a good suggestion. Cycling has all kinds of possibilities. There are probably forty different possible legs of the Tour de France of which how many (twenty?) get used in a year. And there are Tours d' Italie, Espagna, and many 'lesser' nations.
You could start with one cycliste, then try to build enough reputation to secure funding to support a team. And there could be personality conflicts on the team (In cycling? Nevaire!), whether it's your own or just one you're catching a ride on. And there can be conflicts between teams, or between individuals on different teams, which might affect strategies or tactics.
You could even have options for players who prefer velodrome racing, or time trials, or sprints, or single-stage races. You could have Olympics instead of Davis Cup for competitions between nations.
Wow, this was a GREAT idea!
greenice80 wrote:And the same concept can be used on other team sports...
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