Ahead of the full release to members next week, the PC Gaming Alliance has published an extract from its Horizons Report at GDC, and things are looking up for fans of the Original Platform.
PC gaming? Dead? We spit at you. The PCGA has gathered research showing software sales for the platform were up by 3 percent, bringing in a total revenue to $13.1 billion, in 2009.
PCGA head Randy Stude – don’t forget the “e”, for God’s sake – has told
The PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA) confirmed this morning that Capcom and The Guildhall at Southern Methodist University have been added to the non-profit’s board of directors. The PCGA is “dedicated to driving the worldwide growth of PC gaming”. The Guildhall has a respected game education program in the US: Capcom might just help the PCGA save […]
Speaking with Videogamer, Randy Stude, president of the PC Gaming Alliance, has said its been a long time since LucasArts made a decent PC game. “LucasArts hasn’t made a good PC game in a long time,” said Stude. “That’s my opinion. “They make some pretty good games for the Wii, you know those little sticks […]
The PC Gaming Alliance industry consortium released the results from the Horizons Report today with president Randy Stude saying that “that this industry is far stronger than anyone has reported.” “Our analysis clearly shows incredible growth in online PC gaming, proof that this industry is far stronger than anyone has reported,” explained Stude. “Today’s consumers […]