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Let's Drop the COD Line
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My friend you should check out youtube, there's literally people making enough money to live a comfortable life just talking about GTA 5especially with that new GTA 6 coming out. and that's just mainly the new stuff, there are also people making 5 million viewed videos just about GTA San andreas alone with all of the memes.
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While a new GTA could be coming out (I’m not up to date on GTA stuff) I have not heard Talk about GTA compared to Halo Infinite and Modern Warfare.
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I very much disagree. For one, the GTA series has a very different kind of content to it than the other 'mature' series MCX already makes sets for. The kinds of things that aren't appropriate to discuss on this site. Secondly, GTA isn't really a game that translates well to building toys. The vehicles are the only real selling point, and if there was any significant demand for that, Mega...
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GTA is must if Mega wants to survive, They have done M rated games before like Call Of Duty and Halo. Do you realize how big GTA Mega Bloks would get?!?!? They could make sooooo many sets and there are soooooo many kids that play GTA like you would'nt expect it unless you knew. Heck I was one of them, I grew up on GTA. Plus with a new GTA game coming out, this is one of the smartest moves Mega...
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but quality has improved as someone has collected for years I know that, I have sets from 2010 and today 9 years and I'd rather buy modern sets because of the massive improvements in quality. The modern halo figs are not all perfect I have had loose hands etc however they maintain their usability becuase rhey don't break nearly as easily because the plastic quality improved. Improvements...
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I agree with you, it doesn't. It just needs to be itself. As for the plastic quality I definitively seen improvements like for some of the pegs and figures coming mostly reassembled but I also seen downgrades as well. The plastic is often way to hard to put together especially for the figures and glass pieces. The head molds are often too tight and the legs often are too hard to out on. If it...
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Oh yea or even Metal Gear Solid. There are so many things you could make from the molds already in the COD line. Dino Crisis, Resident Evil, PUBG, Fortnight, Counter Strike, Battlefield are just a few examples.
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I agree name recognition is definitively a thing but it's no where close to the popularity it used to have back then when they first came out. Also why not mega just start doing both and see if the COD name really sells the toy or not. Launching both generic military brand and the COD line. I'm not saying to go crazy with violence but return it back to what it was, when it used to take itself...
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The thing about the CoD line is that if push comes to shove, Mega could possibly get the license for any of the Tom Clancy inspired games (Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell) without much fuss and still use most of the same molds.
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However I don't think mega needs to get 'edgy' to be cool. I do miss the old washes and detail in the old figs but I'd rather have articulation, and plastic quality, can't exactly have both without higher prices. CoD has indeed included less and less but it's a necessary evil. New molds keep coming out. While I enjoy the the collectors side of things ultimately mega is a toy company not...
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