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E3 2012: The state of exclusive games

Gematsu: "The death of the third-party exclusive is inevitable. As hardware improves and production costs rise, developers naturally seek to maximize their audience and minimize their risks – to limit their product to just a single segment of a ever-growing market is increasingly difficult to justify."

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2017d ago
yewles12017d ago

"The death of the third-party exclusive is inevitable."

Beyond...

CLOUD19832017d ago

Exclusives is what can sell a console, yep 1-2 good exclusives titles is enough to make an individual who interested on this titles to buy a console, and that's why Wii U will not succeed to attract new audience imo but only some of the Nintendo fans who usually buy a Nintendo console day1, Nintendo luck mature exclusive titles until something change on this field no1 else other than Nintendo fans will care for this console.

ShaunCameron2017d ago

<and that's why Wii U will not succeed to attract new audience imo but only some of the Nintendo fans who usually buy a Nintendo console day1,>

Maybe not, but it will do okay.

<Nintendo luck mature exclusive titles until something change on this field no1 else other than Nintendo fans will care for this console.>

And Nintendo hardly ever needed "mature" titles exclusive or otherwise to sell a console, because they're not at the mercy of the stereotypical gamer demographic. And a relatively fringe one at that.