Very fascinating to watch. It raises a lot of interesting questions about the current state of the video game industry. In a lot of ways I agree with him and Warren Specter on the notion that there's just too many sequels and licensed shit out there. Especially interesting is his take on Bungie leaving Microsoft.
I personally would like to see us go back to less blockbusters and more middle ground games, at the very least going away from the whole blockbuster thing leads to games being interesting again instead of just the same old lame ass 1997 in HD like we have now.
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