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Gamers are overreacting to EA's Star Wars controversy, publishers should raise prices: Analyst
KeyBanc Capital Markets says game publishers should raise prices for its titles due to the medium's low cost per hour of entertainment. "If you take a step back and look at the data, an hour of video game content is still one of the cheapest forms of entertainment," the firm's analyst writes. "Quantitative analysis shows that video game publishers are actually charging gamers at a relatively inexpensive rate, and should probably raise prices."

Exclusive gaming is harming the industry let's bring the gaming communities together
Carlos writes: "Its a war thats been raging on since the dawn of the console existence. In recent years its turned some parts of our global community so toxic that even Chernobyl feels like a safer place to be, and yet in an era capable of showcasing some of the finest works of art within its many games, the console which you play on is still a subject thats enough to add the fuel to the fire behind hundreds and thousands of gamers, dividing opinion entirely. But why?"

Financial Analyst: "You Should Be So Lucky to Save So Much Money on Star Wars Battlefront 2"
The Star Wars Battlefront 2 controversy has one financial analyst weigh in on video game pricing: "Gamers aren't overcharged, they're undercharged."

The Curious Case Of The 'EA Game Dev' Who Said He Received Death Threats
Earlier this week, a man with Game Dev @EA in his Twitter profile wrote that he had received death threats from angry Star Wars Battlefront II fans. His story was covered by news outlets like USA Today, the BBC, and Yahoo. Vice wrote an editorial about it, CNBC ran a headline about it, and the tweet was retweeted by hundreds of people. Theres just one lingering question: Does he actually work at Electronic Arts?

Rumor: Game Freak Looking To Be "Disruptive" With Pokemon On Switch
Game Freak is rumored to go all out with Pokemon on Switch.

How long have video game stores actually got left (and can they save themselves)?
Physical game sales are falling and high-street game stores face increased competition from online retailers. Is there anything they can do to stay open?

Why Are Games Marketed toward Boys?
Why is it that video games are for boys? This is an issue Ive touched upon many times in other articles Ive written and one that I think needs serious discussion in gaming circles.

Star Wars Battlefront II - Is It Really Pay To Win? | The Good and The Bad
Lex: Its been quite entertaining for the past few days over at Reddit. Everyone has been coming from all sides to get back at Electronic Arts and DICE for the inclusion of loot crates, limiting a mode, and the pay-to-win approach just like what we see most of the time in free-to-play games on mobile. What the other outlets said about Star Wars Battlefront II being a hard-ass grind, thats true, but for the calculation of hours in getting the base contents unlocked is not something Im leaning on at the moment. I took some time in digging and going through the Star Cards and played a decent amount of hours in the multiplayer. Here are the good and bad things of the overall game itself.

Concerns With Third-Party Switch Support
Third party support for Switch is looking good so far. But several things could still happen to limit their sales success. Let's look at some.

Twitch: We're almost ready to go full-blown Hunger Games
Co-founder Kevin Lin is excited about a new age of games development where streaming audiences can interact with the players.