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Dustin Downs

Cross-Platform Play: The Berlin Wall of the Video Game Industry

As a gamer from the early days of Nintendo, I have always enjoyed playing video games with friends. The experience improved over the years with additional controllers, split-screen cooperative campaigns, and eventually online multiplayer options. However, with the emergence of online multiplayer on consoles came a great divide: which of the two ...

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Mobile Gaming: The Case for Gaming Smartphones

Do you remember the birth of mobile gaming? I do. I remember the first time I saw a Nintendo Game Boy. I remember intensely clutching the nearly brick sized device for countless hours playing such classics like Tetris and less-well known titles like Ken Griffey Jr presents Major League Baseball when I should have been doing homework or playing ...

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gapCon 2017: Connecting on gap intelligence’s Most Valuable Day of the Year

Each year, gap intelligence holds an internal conference where we focus on what we think is most important for gappers that year. With the company continuing to grow and taking on new gappers, the gapCon committee, of which I am a member, decided to make this year’s theme “connection.” The idea was to build the day around ...

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The Rise of PC Gaming and the Market's Untapped Opportunities

The Rise of PC Gaming and the Market's Untapped Opportunities  | A gap intelligence Webinar

Join Market Analyst Dustin Downs for a free webinar to learn about trends in gaming hardware.


Reserve your spot in the Rise of PC Gaming and the Market's Untapped Opportunities.

Date: Thursday, June 29, 2017

Time: 11:00 am PST

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The Proverbial Game Changer: Game Streaming and the Future of the Industry

I still remember having to visit a local Blockbuster in order to rent movies. That’s right, physically walking into a store to rent an actual DVD copy of Starship Troopers. This ritual, however, became ancient history with the rise of video streaming services like Netflix. Shelves of DVDs and Blu-rays were replaced with digital queues, ...

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