Yeah, Nv is a great game. Obsidian was literally setup to fail and they made something far better than anything Bethesda has released since Morrowind.
>there isn't as much profit to be made in that style of game these days
Yeah I dont deny that its a niche market but thats why they develop with a $20 price point in mind. Also I feel like a lot of people like playing older games but often times console backwards compatibility makes it hard. I think if some game company started throwing out feelers for a retro style digital market they would get positive feedback. All Zoomers need is to see one of their favorite streamers to stream it and the game will take off.>>1199
I have heard of Wasteland 3. From what I have seen of it I don't think it qualifies as a "small retro" game. Seems more like a game with an actual budget and a $60 release.
I was thinking something more along the lines of UnderRail. I have seen in on sale a number of times below 10 dollars and have heard all positive things from it. The main thing is I hate that high saturated pixel art that all "le indie devs" seem to use, it really turns me off from a game.