Game Theory: Flappy Bird, PewDiePie, and Pasta Sauce


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For two episodes, we looked at what gamers DON’T want. But what DO gamers want? Flappy Bird, PewDiePie, Goat Simulator and all the rest have the answer. And what that ultimately means for the Wii U, Nintendo, and the YouTube ecosystem will shock you.

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39 thoughts on “Game Theory: Flappy Bird, PewDiePie, and Pasta Sauce

  1. >Practically the definition of a customisable gaming platform
    >Sells billions
    >Doesn't die out

    and yes, I know that a PC from 10-15 years ago never has the same parts in it as one from 2 years ago, but it's still a PC. Also not the same as saying "well these five consoles are from Nintendo, so we'll just call 'em all Nintendos".
    Some things may change from gen to gen, but they're backwards compatible and have more games than all current gen gaming consoles AND last gen combined.

  2. Okay, I know this is a very old video, but I just wanted to say thanks for the info. Even being a game developer and also a gamer (well, if retro emulators count) I never thought of it like this. Also, it's really funny that now – after you have a reputation as a Diet Coke addict, you talk about a guy whose project was Diet PEPSI?! What the…? lol, guess "that's just a theory" too. 😀

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