Industry Evolution

Industry Evolution

The past, present, and future of gaming. An honest look at the evolution of the industry.

Patricia Sarkar17 days ago
How Operating Systems Have Evolved and What It Has Meant for Gaming
As internet use has grown over the past 20 years, so has gaming, with the industry predicted to be worth $143bn by 2020. This has driven demand for operating systems to be more game-friendly. Numerous...
john harrison5 months ago
Extra Life for Some Old Games
L + Down, R + C-Right, R + C-Up, L + Right, L + C-Down, R + C-Up, L + Right, R + Down, L + Left, L + R + C-Right. I still remember the code for invincibility on Goldeneye for the N64, not the most use...
Roddy BW6 months ago
It's Been 30 Years Since Billy and Jimmy Lee Double Fisted The Dragon
Ever overhear your Grandpa mumble about how time flies? Back in 1987, it all sounded like another run of worldly advice from the squeaky rocking chair in the corner, but not anymore. In the blink of a...
Jess Hast6 months ago
5 Nostalgic Games to Take You Back to the 2000s
Nothing hits you with nostalgia like returning to your childhood hobbies. Growing up in the 2000s, online games were the coolest pasttime to have. The beautiful thing about the Internet is that nothin...
Dan Stourac6 months ago
Death of 'Call of Duty'
For Call of Duty, the copy and paste content is losing its edge.
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Kristina Nagode6 months ago
Violence in Video Games
I wasn't always into video games when I was a youngster, but when I got older, as I started playing them for the first time, then I saw how addicting it could be, even frustrating as well. I would soo...
Ray Pluie7 months ago
The TBT You Didn't Want: 'Leisure Suit Larry'
Throwbacks are fun. Games are fun. Marry the two and what do you get? Well... in this case, a bit of a headache. Leisure Suit Larry was created in 1987 for MS-DOS. It appears that its primary appeal i...
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Steve McCool7 months ago
Game Over...
As someone who started playing video games in the early 90s, back when the two big contenders in the console wars were Nintendo and Sega, I was there to see all the major moments in gaming history tha...
Tim T.K.7 months ago
Why Microtransactions Are Killing Game Audiences
Two topics that have been frequently popping up in gaming news for the past few years are Microtransactions and DLC (Downloadable Content). Are they good? Are they bad? Do they benefit the studio or t...