Joystiq's article about NPD's seven reasons to expect industry growth in 2011.
How could there NOT be growth in 2011? Have you SEEN the list of games coming out in the next 10 months? It's crazy :D
Games don't always effect hardware sales. Especially when they are M games that a very specific group of people play.
Industry growth != hardware sales. Software is what drives the game industry economy, not the hardware.
yah, but what I am saying is that another GTA or COD isn't going to attract a whole bunch of new customers.Where as Kinect attracted alot because it targets younger age groups.
Actually, hardware drive software sales so they are intrinsically linked. The effect might not be immediate, but 3-6 months isn't unreasonable.
Not to mention 3ds. I think ngp will be 2012 for most of the world. Japan late 2011.
As long as it is before December 21(the day the world "ends".
1. The Last Guardian 2. Killzone 3 3. LBP 2 4. inFamous 2 5. Motorstorm Apocalypse 6. Resistance 2 7. Portal 2
I approve of this list.
C'mon, that's just a list of what you like.
ever since the atari days i been playing games and im afraid to admit it(dont hate on me guys) there getting a little tiresome , due to the regurgitated game-play and medium of how we play games via a remote.. lets see a jump to vr tech next and see new growth thats worthy of the cash, though i must admit 2011 got me creaming! lol.
You're talking like all games are the same since back then. They've evloved as much as any other form of entertainment. And playing with a remote isn't forced upon you per se, either. You're losing interest because you're you. I've been playing since those days too and I love games pretty much the same, in some cases more than ever.
I could't find a points it just stupid article without any reason plub plub blup
Cuz of all the AWSOME games coming out this year :)
I know that and i very intesting to games that will release 2011 on ps3 , psp and the of whole psp2 but i didn't find this part on the article
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