The modern gamer suffers from an abundance of choice. As we explored in our post on the Digital Revolution, changes to the sale and distribution of games grow our libraries faster than ever before, giving us an unprecedented number of options to choose from when deciding what to play next. Sounds great, right? More games... Continue Reading →
Can we have too much of a fun thing?
The year was 1909 and, responding to demands from his salesforce for increased model variety, Henry Ford announced, "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black." Yet despite the massive success of the black Model T, by the end of its lifetime, 18 years later,... Continue Reading →
Going Digital – The Industry Revolution That Changed Your Video Game Collection
A riddle for the modern gamer: what never stops growing but takes up less and less physical space? The answer, of course, is our video game collections. In the 21st century video games have transitioned from being exclusively physical goods to predominantly digital. Digital sales have become dominant in the latest console release cycle1 and... Continue Reading →
Hello, world! This blog is a companion to AllMyGames, a new web service for unifying your cross-platform video game library and organizing your backlog. We're building AllMyGames because digital sales, bundles, and freebies grow our libraries faster than many of us can play through them, resulting in us thinking of our extensive collections of fun... Continue Reading →