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crosspost from the chatty thread, but i screwed up and i was suposed to post here instead.. so here it goes:
US PC Game Software Sales
1998 - $1.8 billion
1999 - $1.9 billion
2000 - $1.78 billion (84.9 million units)
2001 - $1.75 billion (83.6 million units)
2002 - $1.4 billion (61.5 million units)
2003 - $1.2 billion (52.8 million units)
2004 - $1.1 billion (47 million units)
2005 - $953 million (38 million units)
2006 - $970 million
do you guys understand why now?
Oct 21, 2009 8:46am PDT
crosspost from the chatty thread, but i screwed up and i was suposed to post here instead.. so here it go...
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console numbers: 1998 - $3.7 billion 1999 - $4.2 billion 2000 - $4.1 billion (130.6 million units) ...
this is no accident, but a carefully constructed campaign by microsoft that's a one-two punch to PC gamin...
I'm not. Gamers have sold out to corporations and didn't even realize it will hurt them in the end. W...
Do these numbers include digital distribution such as Steam and revenue from pay to play games like World...
No, they don't. Adding MMO subscriptions alone would have it exceed 1998. The post is dumb in itself b...
US PC Game Online Sales 2005 - $344 million thats what the post has so far.
And how exactly did he make up that particular number? Does he work for Valve or is he perhaps a psychic?
lol it's not even accurate or telling the whole story.
MMOs?. Digital sales?. Sorry, but those numbers are BS.
This is sparking an issue beyond the whole PC vs console argument. Its not even about PC games sales vers...