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June 14th, 2013 - 10:18 pm ≡ by Nigel ≡ in Console, Feature, List

4 Things Microsoft Needs to Change in order to Appeal to Gamers

4 Things Microsoft Needs to Change in order to Appeal to Gamers

We just want a device that we can play games on, why is Microsoft making this so difficult?   The newest console from Microsoft, the Xbox One has more than its fair share of restrictions and policies that don’t seem in favor of the gamer. Sony seized this moment and has shown just how dedicated […]

January 11th, 2013 - 10:04 pm ≡ by Nigel ≡ in CES, Console, games market, Gaming

The 4 Biggest Gaming Announcements of CES 2013

The 4 Biggest Gaming Announcements of CES 2013

The annual CES concluded this Friday in Las Vegas. The CES, or consumer electronics show, is where companies from around the world bring their latest tech gadgets and gizmos to show the world. Even though the CES is mainly focused on tech, there were a large amount of gaming related announcements. We created a list […]

December 21st, 2012 - 11:10 pm ≡ by Nigel ≡ in Business, Console, games market, Gaming

Microsoft’s 7 Year Console Cycle Vs. Sony’s 6 Year Console Cycle

Microsoft’s 7 Year Console Cycle Vs. Sony’s 6 Year Console Cycle

The seventh generation of consoles have been some of the most unique and most sold consoles in history. The seventh generation consoles have brought us great new video games with amazing new characters. We take a statistical look at Microsoft’s 7 year cycle compared to Sony’s 6 year cycle.   As the title implies it […]

September 7th, 2012 - 6:34 pm ≡ by Nigel ≡ in Business, Console, Gaming

4 Reasons Why Microsoft Should Move to the Online Games Platform

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Microsoft should ditch consoles, they’re in the past. I’ve said it several times before that we don’t need a new console. With the resources and amount of time it takes to create an online game versus that of a console game it isn’t worth it. It would be more economical for Microsoft to switch solely […]