The Bright/Dead Future of PC Gaming
Here are two articles relating to the future of games (ergo, their development). The first, from BBC News, is a short chat
with Yves Guillemot,the boss of French game studio Ubisoft about where he sees games progressing to in the future.
The second is an editorial on GameSpy about whether the rise and ease of use of online console gaming will ultimately
kill off PC gaming. Here's a clip from the latter:
"With 2003 marking the year when consoles finally began reaching critical mass in the online world, will it also be the year that began the death of online PC gaming? Two of our editors discuss whether online PC gaming's days are numbered or if it's here to stay."
Click here for the BBC article.
Click here for the GameSpy editorial.
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