30°
Submitted by solaris31 1555d ago | article

Arcade Sports Games Struggling to Survive at Retail

With NBA Jam releasing to poor sales, what does the future hold for arcade style sports games at retail? This generation has resulted in many series dying off and a possible shift to downloadable titles instead. (Industry, NBA Jam, NBA Jam HD, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

aceitman  +   1555d ago
i can answer that one easy .. charging 50$ for something that should be 10-15$ easy .. hell iT couldnt cost to much when they where going to give it free with nba elite . well thats what they deserve for doing that. when i see it on sale for 10-15$ ILL GET IT .
#1 (Edited 1555d ago ) | Agree(1) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Where are all the Steam Machines?

1m ago - Will Hinch asks "The games console market is in need of a bit of a shake-up. A battleground fough... | PC
10°

Stories in Open World Games

2m ago - Exploring in Open World Games is usually the reason for picking it up in the first place, however... | PC
10°

Pillar (PlayStation 4) Review - Push Square

2m ago - Push Square: "Pillar should be applauded for its hand painted art style and atmospheric soundtrac... | PS4
10°

Zombie Army Trilogy Review | FanBoyFeed

2m ago - Spite the obvious repetitious nature of mowing down undead, Rebellion does well to mix things up... | PC
Ad

Start Making Games for the PS4

Now - Want to design the next generation of video games? Start learning game design today. Click for more info on how to get started. | Promoted post
20°

Tom's Guide Preview - Smite Brings Its Godly Combat to Xbox One

2m ago - PC gamers have long enjoyed plenty of battle arena games, such as League of Legends and DOTA 2. B... | Xbox One