EA: The Death Of Console Gaming Is ‘Very Premature’

Ok, so I agree that people still want on screen/TV action, but hasn’t android launched an intergrated gamepad? It will not be long before Apple follow/finetune it, Microsoft will sign a deal for someone else to do it and you will most certainly have the mobile platforms/processors/graphics to handle or rival the ‘bigger’ consoles.

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xbox360_wii_playstation3In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Electronic Arts chief operating officer Peter Moore said the death of console gaming is ‘very premature.’ Moore acknowledges that the console business makes up for more than half of EA’s business, and he thinks that although playing video games on mobile platforms is becoming increasingly popular, people still enjoy playing video games in the comfort of their homes, on the TV screen.

“The console business is still a core part of our business; it’s the majority of our business. The demise of console gaming is very premature as far as we’re concerned.”

“We still have thousands of people focused on developing current-generation Xbox 360 and PS3 games, as well as people focused now on the next generation when that finally arrives. And so, people still want core games. People want to sit back in their living rooms, take advantage of their HD TVs…

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