What might save the console no one asked for, but Microsoft felt we needed.
Is Nintendo’s “first” paid DLC an EA-level money grab? Or are they being genuine when they say “we hope hope that fans explore and enjoy the game even more.”
Also, Nintendo’s response to the consumer reaction.
Does the suggestion of a potential upgrade by Nintendo’s Shinya Takahashi risk cutting into the console’s launch day sales?
From Steam Greenlight to Steam Direct. Why Valve made a great business decision when they took their democracy based, indie-focused, digital distribution platform and turned it into a one-way pipeline with a screening and pay-to-enter process.
After Nintendo’s history of using confusing nomenclature to market their devices, they may have finally learned from their mistakes.
Will companies be able to find a way around the proliferating use of ad-block? (A response to L2’s video on “The Death of the Advertising Industrial Complex”)
Did consumers deserve to know the reasons behind Scalebound’s cancellation?
Why big companies should turn to content creators as a new way to advertise.