37 min

The Future of Gaming | Version Control #45 Version Control: Pound & Grain's Digital News Show

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Video games have come a long way.

Consoles have evolved from the Atari to the N64 to the PlayStation and Xbox we know and love today. Over the last 30 to 40 years, developers have devoted their lives to improving games and turning them into engaging, cinematic masterpieces like Red Dead Redemption 2 (shoutout to Jackson), blurring the lines between interactive gaming and entertainment.

Video gaming is no longer viewed as just a hobby to be scoffed at as a waste of time. It’s a huge industry with a growing number of possibilities. Apple Arcade, Google Stadia and Microsoft’s Project xCloud are jumping on the latest opportunity: cloud gaming and subscription services.

Join us as we discuss the future of video games, what this evolving world means for marketers, and some sweet Respect The Hustles that (spoilers) will get you pumped for Game of Thrones season 8. Listen NOW!

Video games have come a long way.

Consoles have evolved from the Atari to the N64 to the PlayStation and Xbox we know and love today. Over the last 30 to 40 years, developers have devoted their lives to improving games and turning them into engaging, cinematic masterpieces like Red Dead Redemption 2 (shoutout to Jackson), blurring the lines between interactive gaming and entertainment.

Video gaming is no longer viewed as just a hobby to be scoffed at as a waste of time. It’s a huge industry with a growing number of possibilities. Apple Arcade, Google Stadia and Microsoft’s Project xCloud are jumping on the latest opportunity: cloud gaming and subscription services.

Join us as we discuss the future of video games, what this evolving world means for marketers, and some sweet Respect The Hustles that (spoilers) will get you pumped for Game of Thrones season 8. Listen NOW!

37 min

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