The Korean Console Market
[caption id="attachment_2367" align="alignleft" width="375"] There is more to gaming in South Korea than StarCraft.[/caption] JULY 23 , 2007 • Most people that follow the game industry are aware that South Korea is a nation that loves their games. DFC estimates that
Industry Update
[caption id="attachment_1780" align="alignleft" width="400"] The restyled PSP arriving this September now comes in three colors.[/caption] JULY 23, 2007 • Considering it is summer, late June and July were awfully busy months for conferences. Of course, the big story was the
Viacom: The Emperor’s New Media
[caption id="attachment_2339" align="alignleft" width="400"] Virtual Laguna Beach is one of MTV’s hot online properties.[/caption] JULY 23, 2007 • With Viacom’s re-entry into the gaming industry comes a lot of buzz and great expectations. Clearly such a media giant could have
Casual Opportunities
[caption id="attachment_1800" align="alignleft" width="425"] Microsoft has been a leader in PC casual games and now is trying to convert that success to the Xbox 360. Hexic HD and Uno are two of the most popular Xbox Live Arcade downloads.[/caption] JULY
Microsoft Extends 360 Warranties
[caption id="attachment_2222" align="alignleft" width="325"] The Red Ring of Death means a dead Xbox 360.[/caption] JULY 20, 2007 • In addition to incurring a $1.06 billion charge against earnings to extend the warranty period for the Xbox 360 to three years
Wii Best-Seller in Japan
JULY 19, 2007 • Japanese publisher Enterbrain reports that more than 3 million Wii units have been sold in Japan as of July 15, followed by 1 million PS3s, and 421,000 Xbox 360s. The publisher also said more than 18


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