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Date posted: May 11, 2006
Updated: Apr 22, 2010

Please note: We no longer update this website. We simply leave it up as an archive
This site attempts to bring together the art, science and business of computer games.
We have a collection of game research articles, game book reviews and information pages on game topics. In particular the info pages need updating/revision and we’re looking for editors who would like to take charge of one or more pages.

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Instead of focusing on technical issues or game reviews (done so admirably elsewhere) this site gives an overview of research, news and development in the computer games area.

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6 Comments

Comment by Jenesia Fernadnes
2007-05-16 13:55:19

Hi

i was checking out this site and found it really interesting. I am pursuing my MBA in India and am currently working on a presentation in the Gaming category. We are expected to study the Indian market and propse a relevent brand launch in the market (a dummy project)

Can you let me know if this data is in any way relevant to the Indian market. Can you also let me know of the area (geographical location) of the study.

Thanks

Comment by Jonas Heide Smith
2007-05-16 14:13:12

Hi Jenesia,

What data and which study are you referring to exactly?

Best,
Jonas

 
 
Comment by sandeep
2007-06-19 07:28:46

Jenesia
have u got the data that you wanted ??

I’ m also keen to understand the indian market for gaming.

Regards

 
Comment by William
2007-07-12 21:27:23

Hi Jenesia,
i can give you data about the chinese game market, i think the chinese market is much bigger than the Indian.
Maybe you can compare the indian and chinese market / customers in your presentation, this would be a very interesting topic.

Good luck for your presentation,
William

 
Comment by Jeff
2007-10-02 10:47:59

Are there any more links to the information on the Indian market - this could be very useful.

 
Comment by Will
2007-10-10 14:58:31

Hello i am researching the purpose and types of research carried out in the gameing industry, i need to know why research is carried out, and the different types of research, and where they get there majority of there research. if you could give me any information for this it would be very helpful!

 

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