We can then implement a league (Master's League, Veteran's League, Rookie's League, Beginner's League etc.) and have people sign up for different leagues so they can compete people around their respective calibers. It's just like how we have a Triple A league compared to Major league in baseball here in US.KomiTsuku wrote:OBJECTION!
I find it interesting that we reference the veteran developers in this. Mostly because have you looked at some of the old art? The original Ripples is a great example. It wasn't that good. Not a lot in the old days was outstanding, but these were the days when there were so few EVNs that you could release one and you had an audience no matter what. Nowadays, we don't have an environment like that. It's a lot harder to garnish attention for people to play your game; the standards have also jumped up considerably because of the veterans who survived with the support of the community. If we continue to only praise the outstanding ones and ignore our rookies, it is going to end up killing the community in the long run. I'm not saying that we need to pander and coddle them, but there's nothing that kills motivation faster than being ignored repeatedly.
EDIT: I'll probably sign up for the Rookie's League.