Wow! Who would have thought that the entertainment gaming industry would gross over a billion dollars in sales every year, I dont want to date myself, but the gamingindustry has made great strides from the times when I was a teenager. I would never have imagined that I would be seeing video game trailers or demos, just as I did when I would see movie previews or trailers like I did when I was a kid. I really wish I was living in these times as a teenager, when it comes to games. There are so many games there are more of a variety of games out there that is beyond my imagination. I an old school hip hop guy, so one day I was in my sons room and I heard this song by this old school rap artist that I would consider one of the best underground rappers of my time on one of my sons video game trailers menu.
I was surprised to hear that type of old school music on avideo game review, where the game is being promoted to the masses. It just showed me how far the video game industry has come, and the integration of hip hop withinthe industry. For a while every video game my son playedespecially the macho fighting or shooting games, had hip hop in their demos or video game trailers.
This was very cool, especially the old school hip hop, It gave me a whole different perspective on the gaming industry and the way they diversified their portfolio with hip hop culture. Now when I play my sports games, instead of hearing those corny outdated them songs from the NBA, NFL, or MLB. I can expect to hear some good hip hop music as soon as I signed into my membership from one of my favorite best underground rappers. I must admit even though I love that spirit of hearing the energy that I am feeling from getting fired up to play NBA 2k12, this still does not make my game as a hoopster any better. I do wonder sometimes, can the video game industry take their dominance to the nextlevel, or have they reached their pinnacle? Can they maketheir games any more realistic than they are now? Will the