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Pulling It All Together: The Future of Gaming

Posted by on Sep 1, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 0 comments

This entry is part 7 of David’s series on The Future of Gaming. Click for parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. This series has been going on...

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Wii U: The Tiny, but Necessary, Final Piece of the Puzzle

Posted by on Aug 25, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 0 comments

It’s a tiny thing, really, but the Wii U provides the third and final piece of the puzzle that allows us to take the benefits of smartphones and OnLive and still have a real gaming experience. Read about how in this week’s The Future of Gaming.

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The OnLive Paradigm: The Second Piece of the Puzzle

Posted by on Aug 18, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 1 comment

OnLive might be an overhyped company; but its vision is crucial to the future of gaming. In this article, DDJ explains how this “OnLive Paradigm” of streaming the contents of the screen is here to stay.

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The Importance of the Smartphones’ Ubiquity

Posted by on Aug 11, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 4 comments

There are many markets which share the main paradigm of App Store, but in this article DDJ shows us why the smartphone markets are different than those on home consoles.

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The App Store: A New Marketplace Paradigm

Posted by on Aug 4, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 0 comments

Some might see the App Store as simply a new and simplified way to buy applications, but underneath it is a paradigm that promises to fundamentally change the marketplace for developers, retailers and consumers. This week, DDJ explains how this will work in the future.

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The Rise of the iPhone

Posted by on Jul 28, 2011 in The Future of Gaming | 0 comments

In the second part of his “The Future of Gaming” series, DDJ looks at the iPhone and how it poses a legitimate threat to Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony. Through its amazing ubiquity and its brilliant business plan, could the iPhone (and other smartphones) ever prove to really cut into the big names’ market share?

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