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 Dec 21, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* PC gaming not dead?

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I don't think it's dead, but definitely ailing - Next Generation tries to spin PC gaming a little more positively:

Yet the PC gets no love from retailers, and little more from some of the major publishers. Shelf space contracted in most of the major retail chains. EB Games suspended its policy of accepting PC game trade-ins. Unwilling, or perhaps unable, to separate the overall decline in PC retail sales from the growth in the triple-A high end, publishers were tempted to throw in with retailers in a large-scale abandonment of the category.

 

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