Posted May 13, 2018 08:21:36 The price of hosting a Genesis web game is dropping, according to an article on Gamasutra.
The article, written by Kotaku UK’s Nick Pobereau, details the history of hosting Genesis games on the site.
While Genesis’ site has had a fairly good history for hosting Genesis web games, the article states that prices on hosting services like Hosting.com have dropped significantly in recent months.
The articles stated that prices for Genesis hosting have been dropping because Genesis hosting companies have moved away from hosting Genesis game on their own sites.
The price drop was first noticed in April 2018.
The website listed an average of $15,500 for hosting a single Genesis game at Hosting, but in August 2018, that number dropped to $12,000.
The Genesis website also dropped the price of Genesis hosting in July 2018 to $7,500.
The average price for hosting an average Genesis game has dropped to about $5,500 in 2018, according the article.
There is no information on whether this drop in prices was caused by a hardware or software upgrade.
The site also states that Genesis hosting can be cheaper than hosting on other platforms, including Amazon’s AWS.
The service is also free, although the price is still significantly higher than what the average site will charge.
It is also unclear how much of the drop in Genesis hosting prices can be attributed to Genesis hosting.
For example, the price for a single game on Genesis hosted on Amazon is $7.99, whereas the price on hosting an Amazon account is $3.99.
Gamasutv also claims that hosting on AWS will cost more than hosting an online store.
Gamascu also claims to have an average hosting price of $7000, but only a portion of this is true.
The remainder of the price can be determined by the number of active accounts on the hosting site.
A typical hosting account will have 20-30 active accounts, but the average hosting cost for hosting is much lower.
Gamashutv is not the only site to see the Genesis hosting price drop.
Other sites like HostGator and GoDaddy are also seeing price drops in recent weeks.
This has led some to question whether hosting prices are going up.
Gamasu, for example, said that hosting prices will continue to drop.
The hosting site states that they are not aware of any major price increases.
Gamamax said in an article published on their site that the Genesis price drop has been due to the hardware upgrade, as well as to the software upgrade that has brought the site to a higher standard.
However, Gamasuta also states in the article that they believe that Genesis has a higher quality control system than other sites.
It has also been suggested that hosting costs have decreased due to Genesis’ hosting services, though no other details about the exact reason for the drop have been provided.
The reason why Genesis hosting has dropped is not clear, but it is likely that the hardware upgrades have been responsible for the price drop, as Genesis hosting services have changed significantly over the past year.
Gamosutra’s Pobreau also pointed out that there have been some Genesis game prices being paid for as low as $3,500 on Amazon, while other sites have had Genesis game pricing at $4,000 or even higher.