*Dyack: Too many games, not enough customers
[ x ] remove ads and scale site to 1080p+
[ x ] remove the ads & get mobile premium
pay whatever you want to upgrade
 
 

Dyack: Too many games, not enough customers

10:40 AM on 07.17.2009  ·  Jim Sterling@JimSterling
0

Denis Dyack has been having a good old moan about the state of the industry, claiming that too many games are being made, and that consumers are in danger of being overwhelmed if we don't embrace a "single platform." As I look at the five Guitar Hero games that are slated to release in a single year, I must say that ol' Denis might have a point on this one.

"There were 300 or so games released last November," explains Dyack. "We're in a state of performance over supply. We're making more games than consumers can possibly consume. Marketing is having a disproportionate effect over the success of games because there's so many out there people are ignoring us."

Well, you know how best to fix that, right? Maybe if you stopped making games, other studios would follow your lead. Go on Denis, take one for the team and boycott the idea of making anymore Too Human titles ... please?

 
 

Enlighten an uninformed cougar: FacebookTwitterRedditEmail
 

#Developer stuff #Silicon Knights
 
 
 
[x] advertisement
 
 


Jim SterlingFormer Reviews Editor // Profile & Disclosures
Fronts12537Blogs 194Following42Followers1559

Destructoid reviews editor, responsible for running and maintaining the cutting edge videogame critique that people ignore because all they want to see are the scores at the end. Also a regular f... more
Trending on Destructoid:

 
 


Join the robot army! We're a family-owned site, updating multiple times a day (since 2006!) thanks to our Huge Members

User Avatar
remimcgill


Since 11:18 AM on 11.27.2015

User Avatar
Farttypoopypants007


Since 6:28 PM on 10.17.2015

User Avatar
dataswallow


Since 7:19 AM on 02.13.2016

lakemantarzan
lakemantarzan


Since 9:02 PM on 10.27.2014

 

Please login (or) make a quick account (free)
to view and post comments.





Three day old threads are only visible to verified humans - this helps our small community management team stay on top of spam

Sorry for the extra step!