Monthly Archives: May 2012

GameStop vouching for Valve?

The end of gaming retail, I’ll vouch: I’ve written previously about the inevitable failure of GAME, and particularly the poor strategic decisions that have set the retailer apart from its competitors, and have sealed its fate. However, I also suggested, in

GameStop vouching for Valve?

The end of gaming retail, I’ll vouch: I’ve written previously about the inevitable failure of GAME, and particularly the poor strategic decisions that have set the retailer apart from its competitors, and have sealed its fate. However, I also suggested, in

Free-to-ski: how Tribes succeeds by avoiding the low-hanging fruit

Developers have been experimenting with free-to-play (F2P) marketing strategies for more than a decade, and more recently activity has been focussed in social and mobile gaming. Increasingly however, core-market games are being marketed as F2P (Team Fortress 2 and Tribes:

Free-to-ski: how Tribes succeeds by avoiding the low-hanging fruit

Developers have been experimenting with free-to-play (F2P) marketing strategies for more than a decade, and more recently activity has been focussed in social and mobile gaming. Increasingly however, core-market games are being marketed as F2P (Team Fortress 2 and Tribes:

Not Walken the walk

WalkenTalken sets out arguments about stocks exactly like I’d want them presented. Too few videos make use of retiring celebrity voices to make a case for going long/short on equities. I’m just glad to be one of the first to

Not Walken the walk

WalkenTalken sets out arguments about stocks exactly like I’d want them presented. Too few videos make use of retiring celebrity voices to make a case for going long/short on equities. I’m just glad to be one of the first to