With Anthem struggles, live services might be due for a re-branding
The Stadia releases soon, but might be dead on arrival.
Industries do not thrive if competition is non-existent. If monopolies were more prevalent, then that industry would stay stagnant and it would be disastrous for growth as a whole. As … Continue reading Competition Drives Innovation – The Console Wars
Recently, the EVP of Strategic Growth at EA – Mike Bibley – spoke to gamesindustry.biz regarding EA’s investment in independent title’s and their stance on streaming moving forward. During the … Continue reading EA Has a Public Image Problem, But It’s One of Their Own Doing
EA is clearly out of touch.
Nintendo is leading the way once again and this time it could help spell the end for E3
Live services have quickly become a trend in gaming and not for the better.
Monetization drives the gaming industry and will continue to be problematic for consumers as publishers become more and more out of touch.
Bethesda is currently under fire with the release of Fallout 76. It will take considerable time to climb out of this hole.
Love it or hate it, Fortnite is a live service done right.
Microtransactions are a common practice but large publishers are making it a big problem.
I recently opened up a twitter account to catch up on my interests. As a Supply Chain Management Graduate Student, I’ve learned just how valuable being transparent is in the … Continue reading Transparency and Customer Service