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30% of active gamers in the US plan to purchase PlayStation 4, compared to 22% for Xbox One, and 10% for Wii U Game On: The Most-Wanted Titles for 8th Gen Gaming Consoles
"Demand for new consoles isn't shaping up to be particularly strong in the US this holiday season" - IDC research manager Lewis Ward GTA V: Will gamers hold off on next-gen consoles to play it?
"The Wii U was a good thing to get something new in the market, but now Sony and Microsoft are coming up pretty strong with devices that are going to be amazing from a development perspective and a commercial perspective" - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president Martin Tremblay WBIE: We're a believer on Wii U
"You've got to listen to your consumers. You've got to listen to people playing the game. That's very important" - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president Martin Tremblay WBIE: We're a believer on Wii U
"I think the [Wii U] has been off to a slow start, but I think they're going to fix the problem. I don't think it's a problem, but it's more about the content. And I think they showed tons of new content [at E3] that will re-energize the platform" - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president Martin Tremblay WBIE: We're a believer on Wii U
"We're a believer on the Wii U. Honestly, we hope everybody's going to work out. It's just good for the industry" - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president Martin Tremblay WBIE: We're a believer on Wii U
"We have been in an amazingly easy world for a long time where we've got fans and core gamers that we've been unbelievably abusive to and if we're not careful we're going to lose the belief of those people" - 22Cans founder Peter Molyneux Xbox One's E3 showing "very unprofessionally done," says Molyneux
"There are many more gamers out there that love relaxation based gaming...there are tens of millions of people that love gaming because they can relax" - 22Cans founder Peter Molyneux Xbox One's E3 showing "very unprofessionally done," says Molyneux
"Always online is simple for me. As a consumer, just show me why I should be always online and I'll be happy with it. At the moment, it just means game sale authentication. I don't want that" - 22Cans founder Peter Molyneux Xbox One's E3 showing "very unprofessionally done," says Molyneux
"In a large company you're constantly surrounded by other people doing interesting work, and if you're fortunate enough to work with great people it can be a constant source of inspiration. So going from that to sitting at a desk at home day after day after day working on something with almost no human contact can be extremely difficult" - Orthogonal Games founder Kent Hudson Kent Hudson's novel approach
"Gamers like to play all different types of games. They like to play games that they have a strong affiliation with on all different types of platforms" - Ouya founder and chief executive officer Julie Uhrman Sega embracing "disruptive" Ouya with Sonic
"We have a new generation of gamers coming in that are learning and growing up with the current IPs and we need to teach them, I think it's our responsibility as developers to show them all the other stuff we've been making for 25 years to see what they've got to look forward to" - Rovio Stockholm creative director Patrick Liu Patrick Liu: "We could kill the industry if we don't get more inclusive"
"Even amongst veterans there's still an attitude that mobile and casual games are not really games...That really concerns me - we could kill this industry if we don't get more inclusive" - Rovio Stockholm creative director Patrick Liu Patrick Liu: "We could kill the industry if we don't get more inclusive"
"I think most of the innovation is happening on mobile - it's the most exciting market to work in" - Rovio Stockholm creative director Patrick Liu Patrick Liu: "We could kill the industry if we don't get more inclusive"
"We don't want...players to feel like it's an experience that only a select few can afford. Quite contrary, we want the game to embody accessibility and fairness to all players, paying or not" - Wargaming VP of publishing Andrei Yarantsau Wargaming focuses on "free-to-win"
"When people say that PC is dying and mobile is thriving I think the analysis is wrong, the attack angle is wrong. People want to play a certain type of game. They'll find the platform where they can play that type of game" - Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester The Wester Front: Paradox CEO on life as a niche publisher
"Let's say that Japanese games are in their darkest times right now. There's no way to go but up, if that's the case" - GungHo president Kazuki Morishita GungHo: Japanese developers need to go back to basics | GamesIndustry International
"Retail loved the length of the [7th console] generation, at least in terms of the attach and the additional services and content they can attach. Our developers like the longevity of the platform because they get better at bringing and optimising content for that platform" - Microsoft Europe vice president of interactive entertainment Chris Lewis Microsoft: New console generation can grow market by 30% | GamesIndustry International
"The new generation of consoles seems eerily similar to the last one...The Xbox [One] reveal was another rhetorical exercise in selling incremental improvements in technology" - Ben Esposito, Little Flag Xbox One sparks disappointment, anticipation from indies | GamesIndustry International