Predicting the Future: 2011’s Surprising Revelations
The tech-industry BOOMED this 2010 as the year paved the way for new gadgets and new games. Will 2011 be any different or will we be seeing much more? We just can't help but wonder so here is Gadg's predictions for 2011.
The year is almost over and another one is about to begin. What’s in store for us geeks in the year to come? We’ve consulted our crystal ball to find out what the future will be this 2011.
1. Mobile Gaming Industry
Mobile gaming for our smartphones will continue rise and ready to dominate in 2011. Windows Phone 7 fires the Xbox Live packed with graphic punch. But that didn’t help to compete with the thousand of apps which can be hooked up on the iPhone.
Motion gaming hardware will fly off the shelves. Porn industry will continue to strengthen their relationship with Microsoft. Production of racy games under the Redmond giant. The future looks really bright and strong for motion sensor games this 2011.
3. The Flash
We’re not speaking of the super hero, this is about the crash of the flash since HTML5 will be making a great impression in 2011. Though Flash and Silverlight will still be significant, HTML5 will give an outstanding impact on people’s lives.
4. Wii Love HD
Nintendo will put on emphasis on the quality of gaming experience as an HD gaming platform will be rolling out soon. Nintendo’s CEO Satoru Iwata said: “out of ideas with the current hardware and cannot give users any more meaningful surprises with the technology we have.” People just need to put their trusts on the gaming experts.
5. Pain is Back
Gears of War 3 will finally be released. The game will be out September 2011 on Xbox 360 and Fenix, Dominic, Cole and Baird will bring the pain once again. Gears of War 3 may even eclipse the grand debut of winner of a 2010 Spike Video Gaming Award for the most anticipated game, Portal 2.
6. Apple’s Shot to Consoles
Apple will take the daunting step into the game console market. While marking their dominance in the tablet and smartphone business, Apple seems well on their way in dominating the video game industry. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo should really be worried right now.
7. Angrier Birds
The Angry Birds will get even angrier with new updates and another edition fit for an Avian addict like you. Looks like Rovio is showing no signs of slowing down as the game continues and will continue to dominate the smartphone gaming category.