Is This the Future of the Video Game Industry?
With gaming console sales showing signs of continued weakness, video game developers have become more creative to attract sales.
Activision Blizzard pioneered a new gaming concept where toy figurines take the center of the gaming experience with its Skylanders gaming franchise. Now that the concept has grown to become a $1.5 billion franchise for Activision, Disney has entered the fray with its recently announced Infinitygaming system.
In the following video, tech and telecom analysts Eric Bleeker and Jamal Carnette sit down with Fool contributor Steve Heller to discuss the video gaming industry's shift into what we're calling the new "freemium" gaming experience.
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