Will the next-gen war be won in China?

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  • strange-quark 25 Sep 2013 03:43:42 32 posts
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    With the Chinese market officially opening up,and China's less-than-friendly attitude towards Japan,will Chinese sales be the deciding factor for next-gen consoles?

    Any estimates on grey market sales?

    I know that large parts of the population are still poor,but there must be a market somewhere between 50-200 million?
  • Deleted user 25 September 2013 03:47:16
    Let's move this thread to general non-gaming and speculate on their military technology instead.
  • twelveways 25 Sep 2013 05:21:22 5,205 posts
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    They won't officially release the consoles in China I don't think and people generally won't buy it until it has been chipped. I have never seen an official XBox or PS game in the 6 years I have been here, even in Shanghai.
  • Mola_Ram 25 Sep 2013 06:24:36 10,893 posts
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    Won't they just develop their own consoles? Seems like there would be a growing market for major Chinese developers to pop up.
  • Tonka 25 Sep 2013 06:42:18 23,168 posts
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    meme wrote:
    Let's move this thread to general non-gaming and speculate on their military technology instead.
    Behold the mighty Chinese military tech


    Edited by Tonka at 06:42:29 25-09-2013
  • Tonka 25 Sep 2013 06:43:11 23,168 posts
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    Mola_Ram wrote:
    Won't they just develop their own consoles? Seems like there would be a growing market for major Chinese developers to pop up.
    Normal PC gaming is very big due to its openness
  • Articulate-Troll 25 Sep 2013 06:53:38 3,100 posts
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    There will certainly an increasing market in China but I suspect most Chinese will just pirate PC games. They have virtually no-regard for intellectual property and the concept of paying anything between $20 - $80 for a new game is completely alien to them.
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