will the gaming industry crash again?

#1lastofus1999Posted 6/24/2013 3:43:01 AM
note how the last 2 systems released, the vita and the wii U, don't sell well.
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#2lastofus1999(Topic Creator)Posted 6/24/2013 3:43:16 AM
in b4 ms
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#3JackalPosted 6/24/2013 3:48:19 AM
Someday, yes, it will.
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#4LordBowserPosted 6/24/2013 3:55:12 AM
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#5LordBowserPosted 6/24/2013 3:56:46 AM
Another troll topic from an extremely obvious troll. I thought he would have used up his 5 topics a day already. I guess not.

It just dawned on me that I forgot to ignore him as well. I recommend anyone actually reading these topics to do the same, he just posts as much garbage as his new account will let him. Which fortunately, is limited.
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#6jackorhoadsPosted 6/24/2013 3:57:55 AM
No - at least not in the near future. What will change (like always) is what the consumer demands. Now a traditional gaming system is a thing of the past - they need to play movies, CD's, go online etc
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#7TerotrousPosted 6/24/2013 4:00:14 AM
No, gaming is too distributed to crash now. You could lose, say, the entirety of console development, and it would keep going with PC, mobile, and handheld gaming.


It's fairly clear though that gaming is going through a transition period where graphics and technology are reaching their limits. Some companies that cannot adapt to this may end up dropping out.
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#8STN79Posted 6/24/2013 4:24:41 AM
Yes the gaming industry will crash about as soon as movies stop being made and earth is over run by giant Crab people from Venus. Seriously people use some sense. We're not living in 1983 anymore and games aren't made up of little stick figures. You wanna know why the game industry crashed the first time? Because the technology sucked and developers didn't have much to work with. Well that and somebody thought it was a good idea to make a game based on ET.
#9monkeyspoonPosted 6/24/2013 4:31:40 AM
LordBowser posted...
Another troll topic from an extremely obvious troll. I thought he would have used up his 5 topics a day already. I guess not.

It just dawned on me that I forgot to ignore him as well. I recommend anyone actually reading these topics to do the same, he just posts as much garbage as his new account will let him. Which fortunately, is limited.


He'll be banned again soon. It's happened at least 3 times already this year. berenddebeer/msunshine/ninsony12/lastofus1999 should just quit.
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#10blunderminePosted 6/24/2013 4:34:18 AM
Terotrous posted...
No, gaming is too distributed to crash now. You could lose, say, the entirety of console development, and it would keep going with PC, mobile, and handheld gaming.


It's fairly clear though that gaming is going through a transition period where graphics and technology are reaching their limits. Some companies that cannot adapt to this may end up dropping out.


If all of the consoles bottomed out but there's still a PC market, that's still a crash.
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So if Nintendo changed the name of the Wii - U, would they be pulling a U-Wii?