Luc Bourcier is a veteran of the videogames industry. He has set up and managed regional publishing offices in Europe and is conversant with both retail and digital. He currently consults for videogame and media companies from Paris.
This industry has to deal with a distribution issue and the marketplace needs to see the emergence of strong, stable platforms offering a quality service to end-users and able to manage a true publishing strategy. The issue may be that there are not enoug
IPTV operators are starting to include cloud gaming in their offerings. Does their current business model allow for next-gen publishers to stream their games?
[Blog - 11/12/2012 - 02:47]
I am not advocating for ...
I am not advocating for the consoles eco-system in itsef, I am just trying to find an analogy with what happened in the past and I agree: things were different and are difficult to compare but, Casey, Nintendo and Sega games were not cheap at all . I agree with ...
[Blog - 10/24/2012 - 10:32]
In the US, on top ...
In the US, on top of OnLive, news is that AT T, Verizon and Time Warner Cable are actively exploring cloud gaming options and plan a release in 2013. Comcast and Cox Communications are reportedly also in talks to provide direct-to-tv videogames , according to PC Mag.com.