Just this morning I reported that Pokémon Sun and Moon had the best first week of sales for any Pokémon game ever, and now we have word that Final Fantasy 15 moved 5 million units (physical and digital) in it’s first day on the market. As you may have already guessed, that’s also the best […]
Nintendo reports Pokémon Sun and Moon are the fastest selling Pokémon games yet.
What other tech product from 2013 sets sales records 3 years after its release? For some reference, the PS4 is the same age as the iPhone 5s.
The HTC Vive is a high powered VR headset, and retails for $799. It’s most similar competitor is the Oculus Rift, which has an entry level price of $599, but you really need to spend $199 more for the controllers that go with it. So no matter which version you go with, it’s $800 for the VR hardware, plus probably another grand or so for a PC that is powerful enough to play VR games at any reasonable resolution.
I feel like I first noticed this phenomenon with 2013’s Gone Home, a game about a woman who returns to her childhood home and…I’ll just leave it there. Without spoiling too much, Gone Home does not turn into the horror or action game that you would expect it to. It’s simply interested in telling a story through an interactive world. It plays with 90s nostalgia, which people in my age bracket just eat up, but the story itself is measured, confident, and engrossing.