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Submitted by mcroddi 625d ago | opinion piece

Next-Gen ‘Exclusive Game Potential’ Barometer

onPause writes:

In years past exclusive games were a hot ticket to sell consoles but if the last cycle is any indication we may not see this sort of thing continue. Some examples of current game series of course are Halo and Gran Turismo which are locked down but we all know that games like Splinter Cell, Dead Rising made it from Xbox to PlayStation and titles like GTA and Final Fantasy the other way around. (Halo 5: Guardians, inFamous: Second Son, PS3, PS4, Quantum Break, The Last Of Us, TitanFall, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

badboy776  +   625d ago
Notice how most Former Playstion Exclusives usually start to die out once they go multi-plat.

Example: Spyro,Crash Bandicoot,Tomb Raider,Final Fantasy,Tekken etc....
truthhurts01   625d ago | Spam
mcroddi  +   625d ago
Exclusives are a nice way to sell machines at least.

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