Web Results

Things Don't Look So Good for the Videogame Industry - CNBC.com

www.cnbc.com/id/100427718

Feb 3, 2013 ... January was not kind to the videogame industry and things don't look ... The next Xbox and PlayStation 4 are both still officially unannounced, ...

Retail video game industry suffered abysmal sales slump in May ...

www.cnet.com/news/npd-video-game-report-may-2015/

Jun 11, 2015 ... May marked another dark spot for the US retail video game industry. ... the retail game industry has been struggling to stabilize itself as it ... Though console games still make an overwhelming majority of the industry's sales, ...

Why 'crunch time' is still a problem in the video game industry ...

venturebeat.com/2016/03/20/why-crunch-time-is-still-a-problem-in-the-video-game-industry/

Mar 20, 2016 ... Trying to get a perspective on that in our industry is something we still struggle with. We're passionate about making games. We love making ...

SXSW Gaming Industry Harassment Causes Money Loss - Fortune

fortune.com/2015/11/07/gaming-industry-sxsw/

Nov 7, 2015 ... It's evident that the games industry is still struggling to connect with women, and it's ... The notion that women don't play video games is absurd.

The 1983 videogame crash: what went wrong, and could it happen ...

www.denofgeek.com/games/24531/the-1983-videogame-crash-what-went-wrong-and-could-it-happen-again

Feb 19, 2013 ... In the five years between 1978 and 1983, the videogame industry saw .... Just over a year after its global launch, the Vita is still struggling, and ...

The events that will define 2016 | GamesIndustry.biz

www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2015-12-23-what-to-expect-in-2016

Dec 23, 2015 ... I made a prediction about VR last year that I still believe will come true; ... experience, but would still struggle to find mass market success. ... Brendan Sinclair: Political divisions within the gaming industry ... The past year has seen the beginning of a trend towards more diversity in video game protagonists.

Why Japan No Longer Dominates The Video Game Industry - Tofugu

www.tofugu.com/japan/why-japan-no-longer-dominates-the-video-game-industry/

Mar 27, 2014 ... Japan conquered the U.S. in the video game market. But slowly, that ... This explains why games with subpar stories can still be great games.

The Struggle To Bring More Women Into Game Development - Kotaku

kotaku.com/the-struggle-to-bring-more-women-into-game-development-1783683864

Jul 14, 2016 ... A glaring aspect of the problems women face in the game industry is that there ... the company that developed the Nancy Drew video game franchise. ... Our players are still mostly men, but the ratio has definitely changed over ...

PS4 NEO Will Divide The Market, CPU Bound Games Will Still ...

n4g.com/news/1902223/ps4-neo-will-divide-the-market-cpu-bound-games-will-still-struggle-for-better-performance

May 7, 2016 ... PS4 NEO Will Divide The Market, CPU Bound Games Will Still Struggle For Better Performance ..... Its a dedicated video game hardware meaning its not directly ... The resell market for the OG PS4 will die once the Neo hits.

Is the Video Game Industry in Crisis? - IGN Video - IGN.com

www.ign.com/videos/2013/04/18/game-scoop-is-the-video-game-industry-in-crisis

Apr 18, 2013 ... Big games and big companies are struggling. Is the AAA video game endangered?

More Info

Video game industry struggles to grow, a year after new consoles ...

www.cnet.com

Dec 11, 2014 ... After months of subsisting on strong sales of new game hardware, overall game spending plummets in November.

5 Reasons the Video Game Industry Is About to Crash - Cracked.com

www.cracked.com

Dec 11, 2013 ... 5 Reasons the Video Game Industry Is About to Crash .... to change with the times and are still operating with the same basic structure. ... strategies don't work anymore, and the industry is struggling to find a replacement.

Is the Video Game Industry Recession Proof? | EquityArcade™

equityarcade.com

Nov 15, 2015 ... For example, for the video game industry as a whole, sales were up 18 ... mind off of the troubles they were facing as the economy was struggling. ... to feel they are very important and thus still want to spend money on them!