If this sounds like a familiar tune
, it is: Music game sales have plummeted for a second-straight year. But this year, the tune is way more
According to analysis by Gamasutra
, which looked at the period from January through October in each of the past three years, music game revenues in the U.S. have taken a phenomenal nose dive from an epic height of $1.6 billion in 2008 to where they've landed today: under $250 million for the year. "Short of a Christmas miracle," concludes analyst Matt Matthews, "music games won't break $400 million for all of 2010."
... so that's why Viacom's hawking