Submitted by Nick212004 1294d ago | article

Quality or Quantity: Was It Worth It?

"A passion for gaming leads to extraordinary products that are worth every penny...right? The gaming industry raked in $68 billion dollars last year with the average consumer spending over $700 a year on video games alone. Needless to say, without consumers, none of the top game developers and publishers, such as, Bungie, Infinity Ward, Capcom and the many others would exist. This industry expands day-by-day."

-TheGamerAccess.com (Call of Duty: Black Ops, PC, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

TheModernKamikaze  +   1294d ago
For me if it is my favorite franchise, I would say it is worth it.
And as always, quality over quantity,
That applies to how good the game was, the production of the disc, ad service to the consumers.

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