New Year's Resolutions For The Game Industry writes:

"It's the New Year, and that means it's time for resolutions. You know, drop some weight, quit smoking, get organized - just like you resolve to do every year, right?

No More Holiday Avalanches: Once the holiday season came around, there were so many great titles to choose from that we had no idea what to buy. That's part of why it's been so hard to have a decisive opinion on the year-end lineup of titles - even reviewers and critics couldn't thoroughly keep pace with the barrage, and it was harder than ever to be the kind of core gamer who plays every title. There were just too many of them coming out at once. Why on earth would the industry's publishers sync their calendars to launch their most competitive titles all at once? Well, the marketing wisdom goes something like this:

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NJShadow3520d ago

Even though I think Kotaku's reporting has been somewhat questionable over the past few months, I really enjoyed this article. Some really good stuff in there.

Covenant3520d ago

I think every gamer should have the same New Year's Resolution:

Enjoy the games you want on the console(s) of your choice, and allow others to do the same, without criticism.

Happy New Year!

Cajun Chicken3520d ago

Destructoid's similar article from the last month or so was better IMO.

gameraxis3520d ago

so why is there a killzone 2 picture for the article??