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Submitted by neildee250 1112d ago | opinion piece

Could Telecoms become the real next Activision Outlet for Gamers?

It's been said by many a market researcher, by Michael Pachter and other analysts, gamers, will for the next 5 years (at least) want the option to buy physical gaming products.

It seems however, once you begin to feel out the market strategy, those that agree, along with those that said it, may be very wrong.

For so long now, games have been physical purchaseable items, from the Spectrum Cassettes right up to modern Blu-Ray.

Lets for a second, imagine a different way... (Activision, Gaikai, Next-Gen)

neildee250  +   1111d ago
Thankyou for the 15 approvals. I think that's the most I ever had - regardless of whether the post impacts or not.

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