Since figures were released last year that Nintendo had made a loss of around $97 million dollars, its place in the gaming industry was brought into question. Wii U sales were slightly up, though it could not escape the reputation of being a flop. Although many diehard fans found relief in the fact that their beloved company, with such history with many iconic franchises that pretty much carry them to this day, had fared well overall.
The hobby of collection has been somewhat prominent for the longest time, whether it's jewellery, fine art or even stamps, it's something within each niche that communities are born out of the appreciation for their chosen objects of desire.
In this weeks review we'll be continuing with the trend and delving deeper into the arsenal of gamers today. Probably one of the most sought after of which would have to be the headset. As demand for a richer experience when gaming rises, we find ourselves in an ever growing competitive market which seek to profit from such demands, with the advancement in quality, design and pricing, giving customers an ever expanding list of choices.
As mentioned in my last article, the demand for high performance gaming has risen and is now present even amongst some of the most casual players. As a part of the ever growing market for performance enhancing gear we now have the options to customise controllers to a point of it being unfair, although for the most part these attachments serve a purpose of personal preference.
Today’s world of gaming has evolved massively in the last decade or so, giving rise to high performance competition when it comes to tournaments, along with players who want to be at their best when playing outside of said tournaments.