Those who proclaimed the end of the console era of gaming seem to have spoken too soon. Sales of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are clipping along nicely, thank you very much. Meanwhile, the Steam platform continues to provide indie game developers, of which there are dozens in B.C., direct access to players. Things are looking up for those in the video-game industry. At the risk of being overly optimistic, we’re predicting a resurgence in the local scene, with more studios forming and even some additional publisher acquisitions in the near future.
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