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A graphic to understand video games part 2: The past

This article is an in-depth analysis of the market that you can find in the first part. I'll try to understand how we got this far, by analyzing the entirety of the Visual Capitalist chart and focusing on not ...

A graphic to understand video games part 1: the present

A little over a week ago this graph began circulating, a representation through areas of the development of the gaming industry from its inception to today. The data was processed by the Visual Capitalist website, ...

UK Ranking: Call of Duty dominates the end of 2019

The UK market has always been a reference point for video-game rankings and sales data, it is therefore interesting to take a look at the UK ranking of the last few days of 2019 to understand ...

4 PlayStation at 100 share millions of units distributed

Sony Interactive Entertainment has recently released the excellent sales results achieved by PlayStation 4 which in just 5 years and 7 months has reached the remarkable figure of 100 million units ...

Capcom will look less to Japan and more to the West

Capcom games have always been appreciated all over the world, with ups and downs, but it is also true that the Japanese company has always thought more about consumers of its homeland, approaching ...

Official Market for Path of Exile

Path of Exile is a great Action RPG for PC and Xbox One, and for fans of Diablo 2, who were, like me, disappointed by Diablo 3, it was a great fallback, considering also that it is ...

Free is Beautiful - Sunless Sea

After last week's double offer, the Epic Games Store returns to offer only one game for this week, taking us into the dark meanders of the ocean with ...

Pokémon Presents, a new livestream will be broadcast tomorrow on the official channels

In the past few hours on the official social channels of Pokémon the arrival of a new Pokémon Presents has been announced, a direct completely dedicated to the brand ...
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