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  • Gamescom hosts fight for the games market

    The games world is limbering up for its own titanic struggle—a battle of the old versus the new. A battle between the bombast and hype of traditional, high-quality console games and the metrics-led marketing of the new...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Why Apple TV is so dangerous to Sony and Microsoft

    Last week, Dean Takahashi of Venturebeat wrote a post on the threat posed by Apple TV to the existing console manufacturers. He said: “Apple has the premium brand name and the huge momentum of iTunes, an established...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • Six companies make over $4 million on XBLA in 2009

    GamesIndustry.biz reports on a FADE report estimating XBLA sales in 2009. Here’s the top 10. XBLA Estimated Top Titles by Revenue, 2009 (Average Price) Battlefield 1943 (EA Dice) – $12.5 million ($15.00) Castle Crashers (The Behemoth) –...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • 2010: The year of the console?

    How’s that for a reversal. Ever since GAMESbrief launched at the start of 2009, I’ve been banging the drum for the way the games industry is changing. I’ve blogged about Facebook games, web games, iPhone games. Even...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • The Death of the Console, a book proposal – part 4 of 4

      This is the FOURTH part of the first chapter of a book proposal I sent out earlier this year. No publisher offered an advance against it, mainly because they felt it was too niche. I liked...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • The Death of the Console, a book proposal – part 3 of 4

    This is the THIRD part of the first chapter of a book proposal I sent out earlier this year. No publisher offered an advance against it, mainly because they felt it was too niche. I liked it,...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • The Death of the Console, a book proposal – part 2 of 4

    This is the SECOND part of the first chapter of a book proposal I sent out earlier this year (You may want to read the first part first). No publisher offered an advance against it, mainly because...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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