"Developers who are not embracing online opportunities to a greater level are leaving money on the table," said Geoffrey Zatkin, president and chief operating officer of San Diego-based Electronic Entertainment Design and Research.
Games that use some degree of multiplayer capability also tend to make nearly 25 percent more revenue than those without. And games that allow users to play each other online bring in close to twice that of games which do not.
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