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Submitted by THESHAUNZY 890d ago | opinion piece

Generation of Change: Land of the Falling Sun

GamersBliss.com writes: "This console generation marked a lot of change for the gaming industry. In fact one might say that so much change has happened in one console cycle than the gaming industry has ever seen. With the addition of downloadable content, a huge focus on motion controls and even headsets that give serious gamers a surround sound experience without waking the parents or kids up. This will be a series that will be broken down into major topics that have changed the industry in the current console generation. Let’s take a look at how Japanese developers fall from grace has changed the industry indefinitely and who it made room for." (Capcom, Dead Space, Final Fantasy XII, PlayStation 1, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

THESHAUNZY  +   890d ago
Wish Japanese devs would rise from the ashes!
Ranma1   890d ago | Offensive
JoeSchmoh  +   890d ago
online co-op is killing the industry in general
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omegasonybomb   890d ago | Spam
TheSuperior  +   889d ago
Although some people may say the change was for the better better dont. Im interested to see what will happen with the next-Gen consoles and the loved Japanese developers. Things will probably never be how they once were and I think thats sad.
Decaf_PIxel_Kat  +   889d ago
I definitely miss the innovation that Japanese developers brought to the gaming industry. Hopefully, they will regain done traction next-gen.

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