Hmm, interesting...should we be concerned about the Yellow Peril then?
sorry, I don't really get what the point of that post is...yes, China is increasingly an important market, and global entertainment coporations will cater to that market...so what?
What is the point of any thread ? I like statistics and thought it would make an interesting topic.
This is not just about China and gaming. Many tech websites write articles about statistics like this. They post about usage of different operating systems, market share of AMD vs Intel/Nvidia, the adoption rate of high resolution monitors, new GPUs, CPUs... But, often their numbers are based on limited set of data, mostly coming from US/Europe, since that is the only data available and is not representative of the global state of things. This is a unique opportunity to take a peek at the state of the PC platform from where this type of information was not available before, and to get a better global picture.
I already highlighted some things that were surprising to me:
- It seems Windows 7 is globally more relevant than people thought
- Nvidia and Intel are kicking AMD's ass more than any previous report would have suggested. This is either good, because it leaves them a lot of opportunity to grow, or terrible, because they could get completely wiped out...