More Consoles, Less Creativity

Curmudgeon Gamer editor Matt Matthews worries that a market shaped by three consolesbut dominated by nonewill be bad for arty games

The passing generation of consoles cemented the importance of games like Ico, what I'll call artistic games, in videogame culture. It is now clear, however, that the latest generation of console hardware will play out far differently.

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