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Analyst Thinks Grand Theft Auto V And Next-Gen Could Save 2013 Software Sales

VentureBeat: ''Video game software sales have fallen in year-over-year comparisons for nearly every month of 2013. Only March showed any increase in sales.

June was no better as software sales dipped 10 percent year-over-year.

As gloomy as these figures appear, Cowen & Company analyst Doug Creutz says June software actually performed better than expected.''

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chikane1076d ago

well i know i'll be one of the 70 million that's gonna buy GTA5 -_-

I really hope it has a real Tank this time. not that noose tank from gta4 lame

janice14pringle1076d ago SpamShowReplies(2)
super_cuddles1076d ago

Uh, call of duty ghosts says hi

fattyuk1076d ago

COD comes out yearly.

GTA5 and Next gen does not come out yearly.

Try reading the article,

Koyes1076d ago

Also, CoD may finally be suffering fatigue due to the same old formula

JohnCartenper1076d ago

Too bad the promo material is all doctored and the game gonna look like crap on ps3 and x360.

Really looking forward to the bought reviews hailing it for the "amazing graphics" and using only promo material in said reviews

Yukicore1076d ago

I see you guys started talking about COD. Well there is one thing I can say, I don't expect sales of this years COD to be any different.

COD won't fall just yet. People are in love with the formula, and it has become an addiction to spend time with it. Only Battlefield could save those people, but I'm not sure yet.

Sounds silly, but is true, people have to play something, other games don't cut it for them (Specifically - multiplayer playtime amount each COD can give), COD is the thing they will stick to.