Even Wii games not immune to dilution of industry profits

"Get this: Game publishers would be charging more for their console games if it wasn't for your consumer choice. Despite continued sales growth in the game industry, its biggest companies are still losing money. While ballooning production costs are certainly to blame ($25 million is a typical bill before marketing), the proliferation of low-cost games -- and means of distribution -- has been singled out as the underlying culprit of profit dilution, according to a report. And these cheapo games are also keeping price tags low (at least, lower than big companies would like)."

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Dimly3485d ago

The Wii isn't invincible?