Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Wii games are twice as likely to underperform

A recent study has shown that Wii games are certainly more bargin-binable than their competitors. %15.1 of Wii titles are reduced in price by their publishers after a short time on sale, compared to the respectie %7.5 on 360 and %9.09 on the PS3.

The blame-factor seems to be timing. Unlike the HD consoles, targeted Wii titles are often released in parallel time frames with competing titles.

I receive this more as: There is more garbage released on the Wii than the other consoles. Development isn't as in-depth resulting in an over-abundance of the same-old. This leaves our casual-and-green gaming consumers basing decisions off box-art and game descriptions on the back.


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