Molyneux: PC Game Market "In Tatters"

VideoGamer.com has an except from a conversation with Peter Molyneux where the Lionhead designer offers a frank, but negative, assessment of the state of PC gaming: "If you look at the gamer market on PC, I'll be quite honest with you, it's in tatters. There aren't that many releases on PC. There are some high points like Crysis and what Blizzard is doing, but other than that you are restricted to The Sims and World of Warcraft, they seem to be dominating the PC side." He also expresses his own personal distaste for copy protection, though he also understands the publisher's side of that, saying: "Anything that may give them more confidence on the PC means that ultimately we as gamers will come out better off because they will invest more in the game."
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Indeed, plenty of decent indie PC games. World of Goo is coming soon, and it's pretty fun. And I have to disagree with my ex-boss (Peter) here. I just released my own game yesterday (http://www.positech.co.uk/kudos2)
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