What do y’all think? Is it okay? Should I add more to it or what should I try to delve into?
They usually get some info on them on the end of each year. 2011 is seeing the twilight years for Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3. PS3 is doing poorer than OTL. Objectively only a little bit, but compared to the Xbox 360 and Wii, moreso. Xbox 360 is much more neck in neck to Nintendo's Wii in terms of competition and Nintendo has been having to rely on pushing more for sales. A couple of cult classics on the Wii get a bit more attention as a result of this and earlier developed social media (things like Madworld and Red Steel 2.) Xbox 360 does better thanks to SEGA being with Microsoft which helps them in Japan. Nintendo still gets some Rare stuff, even if Rare is in a partnership with Ubisoft.How about we revisit the video game industry. I do wonder how Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are doing ITTL.
Well, feed back so I can improve is important and getting other perspectives on what I could miss or add upon could help. And no, the fun ain't over yet. There's nation building to do and so on.I don't know if you feel like you covered the Arab Spring enough you don't have to add on to it if you don't want to.
Yeah there is to say the least though with Iraq now whacked and Syria pretty much being forced into order, it's gonna be nuts and yeah, Jordan, Israel and Palestine have been helping the Alawite.There may be some refugees in the aftermath of the war. Assad’s fall would also trigger possible violence against the Alawite minority.
Coalition will have their hands full preventing a blood bath of ethnic cleansing
Well, the different Kurdish areas have their own names and I doubt the Iranians can do anything to assure the Sunni Kurds of Iraq.I did now. It’s interesting but I’m not entirely sure Iran will go for it. There are other minorities and giving the Kurds treatment may or may not set a precedent.
iraq fell into chaos because we tore down the infrastructure. Also the Sunni Minority isn’t going to take things well.
we can roll with it for now but there may be trouble later down the road. If Saudi Arabia falls to civil war it’ll make what happened in Libya look miniscule by comparison. Stabilizing the Middle East will be a Herculanean effort. Radical Islam may see a resurgence. Nationalism will rise. And the borders at minimum will be redrawn
Not sure. I’m not skilled enough in economics to predict that. Though some things to keep in mind:What's the price of Gas been like in this timeline?