We Need The Greatest Generation of Gamers To Save The Future Of Gaming

Kotaku: It used to be so simple.

After consoles and PCs emerged from the collapse of arcades as dominant gaming platforms, a contract existed between the gamer and developer: you give me $60 and I give you about 20 hours of fun in a box. This treaty lasted for over 25 years and through seven generations of consoles, taking the video game industry to new highs and pop culture relevance.

The contract has been broken.

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