Friday Evening Funking '(abbreviated as FNC) is a rhythm video game released on November 1, 2020, established by Canadian designer Cameron Taylor or Ninjamuffin99. It was released in New grounds as well as on Itch.IO. The game has a playing style similar to that of Rock Band, Dancing Transformation and Harappa the rap artist, as well as an aesthetic appeal comparable to preferred flash video games at the start and also mid-2000s.
Ah, Black Friday. A time for reduced prices and unnecessary expenses. It is fundamentally capitalism, as a holiday — with the usual tradition of capitalism to extend the holiday seasons as far as possible (the Cyber Monday is fast approaching!). As usual, all these expensive items have been put on sale — consoles included. All major players participated, but Microsoft left with a huge victory. Was it the most sought after PlayStation 5? And the revolutionary Nintendo Switch? Well, you read the title. The Xbox Series has sold very well, depending on the data collected from more than a thousand retailers and an exponentially higher number of digital windows.
There are several reasons for that. Because the S series is significantly less powerful than the X series, it is also offered at a lower price. Console purchases are by far the most expensive part of non-PC games, and all that helps the drug drop will be welcomed with open arms. Imagine now your usual Black Friday buyer — you know, the kind of person looking to spend a little and get a lot. Will they worry about things like Oh, this console is more expensive, but it has a better material! No of course not! They care about the game does it work quite well? What the answer is an obvious yes. And when you reduce prices on something that people are already in the eye, you are sure to see a rush to sales.
Xbox Phil Spencer made an almost prophetic statement about this, some time ago. Kodak pointed out that Phil said I think that through the generation, our expectation would be that the price really counts, and you would see the series S sell more. And... yeah, it turned out to be absolutely accurate.