Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Defining a Revolution: "There Comes a Time in Every Market Where a Revolution is Needed"-Zucas

I have done a special. In the last post you listened to an arguement between myself and Malvolio about this prediction and Nintendo's philosophy: 2005- The Xbox 360 is announced, no Nintendo ON video is not released thousands turn to Microsoft for lack of Nintendo news or speculation. Iwata says “Nintendo’s next-generation console is too handicapped graphically and we are withdrawing it." 95% Nintendo fans turn to Sony and Microsoft and their stocks climb dramatically higher. 2005- The Xbox 360 releases, no news about Nintendo, people everywhere swarm stores for their console and since Xbox 360 has almost no competition they make more systems than planned. They sell out leaving a minority of Playstation fans for PS3. Micro comes out and bombs selling slightly over 1,000 units in Japan and US, the lack of confidence in Nintendo is apparent. 2006- Ps3 releases enjoying a moderate launch with Killzone 2, Jak 4, and other titles. Still selling more. Nintendo is close to bankrupt thanks to lack of sales and lack of confidence. 2007- The next-generation is announced. Sony’s last desperate attempt comes out with a powerful system that has picture quality graphics and visuals. 2008- Gaming industry as a whole crashes, console market freezes. Well in the arguement we never got anywhere. So i have recorded my indepth analysis of the prediction, a Revolution, and Nintendo's philosphy. Enjoy. It is a really good listen. I guarantee you'll like this one. http://download01.blastpodcast.com/xlivepodcast/15533_1143604825.mp3 Also if the message isn't provided well verbally here is everything I said in a written format: http://www.moviecodec.com/topics/16346p1.html Please leave comments. Thanks. Zucas

4 Comments:

Blogger Journey said...

Zucas!!! This is really good. Im impressed man! This is by far the best you have EVER done!!!

3/28/2006 10:15:00 PM  
Blogger Journey said...

I mean... you even an audio version of it!

Great Job!

3/28/2006 10:16:00 PM  
Blogger Zucas said...

Thanks Zero Radio. I'm glad you liked it.

3/29/2006 09:27:00 PM  
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3/30/2006 04:59:00 PM  

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