One of the mainstream entertainment of today is playing video games. Video games are accessible through various platforms, you can play using your smartphone, your personal computer and even there are devices available dedicated solely to this purpose, they are called game consoles. Anyone with a smartphone can now assess a huge library of games through Google play or Apple app store, which means you do not need to have a dedicated device for gaming anymore.
Video games are growing in popularity and also the budget behind it, game publishers are locked in fierce competition among themselves. Some might argue the production cost of video games now even rivals major Hollywood productions. Marketing and production costs combined, some games cost more than quarter of a billion dollars. As the technology becomes available video games take a leap forward and become better, looking better sounding than its predecessors. We have come a long way since the early days of video gaming where a single pixel would represent our brave adventurer and we had to make-believe the world around him. Today video games are a delight to look at, they have such crisp graphics and special effects which easily rival any animated movie.
As I mentioned earlier, as video games evolve into something bigger and better so does the associated cost, some video games are so expensive to make, that you would not believe. If you are interested in knowing about the 10 most expensive video games ever made, please follow the link.