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Video Game Industry Predictions for 2010

Posted on Sunday, January 17 2010 @ 06:52:59 CET by

Fresh off of CES 2010 and announcements that Microsoft's Project Natal (a motion-sensing 3D camera system that uses your body as the controller, eliminating the gamepad entirely) will be arriving this holiday season, we couldn't help but take note. As a bevy of industry insiders so eloquently pointed out in our recent Video Games Are Dead documentary, the PC and video game business is quickly undergoing a striking metamorphosis. Never mind that a new Nintendo DS handheld is reportedly in the works, 3D gaming is reputedly on the rise (buoyed by the impending launch of numerous 3DTV sets), and smartphones (Android-powered or no) are suddenly angling for a piece of the market. "There are major innovations soon to arrive on virtually every gaming front," says DT's in-house video game analyst Scott Steinberg, who labels it an industry that's today in constant flux. From games for social networks to Internet connected TV apps and the rise of cloud computing services such as Gaikai and OnLive, which promise to transform the way we play, we asked him to predict where the future of interactive entertainment is headed...

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