Last year, the gaming industry made roughly $90 billion in sales worldwide. That’s more than double what movies made at the box office last year.
And here’s why that comparison to Hollywood is relevant. Because, like with films, the most popular video games are HUGE. They have great graphics, popular characters and franchises that just keep coming back. Unfortunately, blockbuster games and movies can be as thin on diversity as they are on plot.
In this episode of the .future podcast, we’re talking about the ‘Moonlights’ and ‘Napoleon Dynamites’ – the indie games that are breaking out, changing paradigms and making a case for independence in gaming.