5 Most Frustrating Ways Game Companies Misunderstand Gamers (Comic)
Article by George Norman
On 25 Apr 2017
I don’t have high hopes from Hollywood. They’ve proven time and time again that they don’t know what gamers want or, for that matter, how technology works. Video game companies should be different than Tinseltown, they should know what they customers want. Sadly though, they don’t!

The comic below (via Dorkly) highlights the 5 ways video game companies thinks gamers act, versus how we really act. It’s a fun comic, so go check it out.

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Via Dorkly.


In related news…

NES Classic Edition, the mini-console that was released to the public in November 2016, is going to be discontinued. Nintendo announced that it’s no longer manufacturing the NES Classic Edition in Japan, Europe, and the U.S.




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