The Guardian, Thursday 20 November 2008

Aleks Krotoski

Gamers are so cocky. As the rest of the world crumbles around them, they sit on their comfy sofas, controllers in hand, looking smug. After all, it appears that the only market continuing to rise is theirs. The final quarter of the year has traditionally been the make-or-break time for consumer electronics; the Thanksgiving holiday in the US signals an international scrum in games stores. Most games companies wait until now to fire their big guns, and they are rewarded.

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