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No Man’s Sky and Pokemon GO helped generate billions in digital purchases

Spending on digital console products alone has grown by 16% within a year. No Man’s Sky and Pokemon GO helped generate billions for digital games History will not be kind to No Man’s Sky, but one thing is clear – it made all kinds of money. Intelligence firm SuperData Research has compiled data on August’s […]
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