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Submitted by crock7owu10 892d ago | news

Connecticut School Shooting: Gaming won't be injured by fallout, says Creutz

One industry analyst has said the gaming industry's sales and performance will not be damaged as a result of the fallout from the tragedy last week. (Doug Creutz, Industry, Tag Invalid)

Credit url: uk.gamespot.com
IIC0mPLeXII  +   892d ago
Fallout.......fuck yeah.
rainslacker  +   892d ago
You know...for those that ever wondered what a real analyst does, this is it. Would prefer to read what this guy has to say in the future over Patcher any day of the week.
gamernova  +   892d ago
Of course not. Ps, Xbox, and Pc gamers won't let it. We may disagree on system preference be we all agree that blaming events such as shootings on gaming is a prominent display of ignorance.

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