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How Video Games Killed Desktop PC Computing @ Benchmark Reviews

Posted on Friday, April 01 2011 @ 02:45:13 CEST by


BMR discusses consoles and PC computing, you can read the editorial over here.
I've been hard at work trying to find a positive direction within this industry, primarily because Benchmark Reviews is a desktop hardware-centric media outlet. Considering how notebook computers have been outselling desktop counterparts for over three years already, and that netbooks, tablets, and a myriad of mobile devices have piled onto this effect, it's not easy to remain faithful to a shrinking platform. After learning that Crysis 2 will remain a DirectX 9 video game designed for consoles, the writing is on the wall and the future of this market segment is no longer a mystery. In this Opinion & Editorial installment, I reveal How Video Games Killed Desktop PC Computing.




 



 

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