Few decades back, introduction of any new product in the market whether it was television or radio, didn't create a huge stir. But revolutionary technology has completely changed the scenario and people eagerly wait for new gadgets to come in the market and almost every new product type receives a warm welcome. Technology has not just revolutionized communication; even gaming is way beyond those traditional flash games. In fact, gaming is most sought after in the field of entertainment and media now-a-days. Technology is advancing at mind-boggling pace, and businesses are finding new ways to adapt to changes. Like opting for leaflet deliver Sydney to reach to more customers instead of conventional advertising techniques, or using Internet for brand promotion and others. The gaming industry, too, has witnessed radical transformation over past few decades and is still evolving continuously.
Ubisoft Montreal, the name behind the widely popular 'Assassin's Creed' series has finally announced the system specs for the PC version of the much awaited Assassin's Creed III which is set for a worldwide release on 20th November 2012for Windows version.
Atari made an announcement of the RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D game release date to the press which will be hitting the market on 16th October, 2012. RollerCoaster Tycoon is a theme park construction and management game which is most loved among the video game fans. The game would be the first release of theme park series for Nintendo 3DS which will be launched on 16th October in North America and on 26th October across Europe
Japanese have long been the leader in developing as well as playing games as compared to the other countries. One will find Japanese stuck to their Smartphones at many places whether it’s the doctor’s waiting rooms, subways or colleges. The reason behind this is not to text messages to their friends but to play games installed in their phones.