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JPR: No more Nintendo Consoles?

On a morning brief about the state of gaming industry, analyst firm Jon Peddie Research gave out details on the size of overall gaming market, focusing on the hardware aspect. In the slide detailing the console wars, we saw that SONY shipped 36 million PlayStation 4 consoles, taking 55% of the overall console market. Microsoft is stuck firm in the second spot with 39%, while Nintendo is dead last with 6%. Which prompted Jon Peddie to say “I don’t believe we will see the next generation console from Nintendo.” The story is different when it comes to the handheld gaming market, where Nintendo occupies 83% of the market, with Sony


Business, Entertainment, Hardware, Software Programs, VR World

PC Gaming Alliance Becomes Open Gaming Alliance

Open Gaming Alliance

The PC Gaming Alliance, also known as the PCGA, known for championing the cause of the PC platform and specifically gaming on the PC, has changed their name to the Open Gaming Alliance and have refocused their efforts. In a short but concise statement, the Alliance has announced that they will be changing their name to the Open Gaming Alliance and refocusing their efforts on open gaming in general instead of just focusing on the PC. After all, most of the PCGA’s members now are involved in gaming in one way or another outside of the traditional PC formfactor. “As the market for digital games