Matt Keeney

Can Next Generation Consoles Save Console Gaming?

Despite all the buzz and excitement around the latest generation of consoles, the industry continues to be plagued by speculation that the console gaming may soon be obsolete. To test the theory we looked at the traffic to xbox.com, playstation.com and ninetendo.com over the past 13 months. We found that year-over-year traffic to both Playstation and Nintendo declined…

Forward Unto Launch – How Microsoft’s “Forward Unto Dawn” Impacted Halo 4 Shoppers

Image from: Halo4 / thetechstuff.com Known by gamers everywhere, Microsoft Game Studios’ Halo franchise has been a fan favorite since Master Chief first took on the Covenant and Flood back in November 2001. On November 6, 2012, Microsoft launched its new title for the franchise, “Halo 4”. And just as Master Chief looks to conquer his new enemies (the Prometheans), Microsoft chose to conquer producing the 5-episode mini-series “Forward Unto

The Top Games on Amazon for the 2012 Holidays

Image from: Video Game Controller / Shutterstock Between the Christmas ads already showing up on TV and our friends and family starting to play and sing along to Christmas carols (you know who you are…), the holiday season is in full swing. And while work can get busy trying to finish up all those projects before the new year, almost everyone finds time to participate in the season of giving

Obama vs. Romney: Who’s Supporting Who?

Image from: Political Debate / Shutterstock If you were like me last Wednesday night, you might have found yourself sitting on the couch with a few friends or family members and tuning into the first Presidential debate of the 2012 election. If so, you also likely picked up on a major theme running throughout Jim Lehrer’s (the moderator) questions. Contrast. Last week Compete published an infographic on how the two