A VIDEO GAME BUSINESS WHAT you THINK?
Retail in games is a dying industry, just like video movies, which has already died. Actually making discs and packaging, marketing and distribution is so twentieth century. More games will be distributed online, so a retail location is not a money maker. People enjoy playing at home, so what value can you provide? Sounds really marginal to me.
by Hugo90 - 8 hours ago
What would be the prize?
by Caren - 8 hours ago
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