Fredrik Liliegrin is the former CEO and co-founder of DICE and is now running a gaming company called Antic Entertainment. As such we should take his opinion on things very seriously and get really angry when he says things. Here's the thing to get angry about (or agree with him on, I suppose):
Aside from the fact that his virus metaphor kind of falls apart about half way through and whoever typed the quote up could have sharpened it up a bit, do you think he has a point? I know my Wii has been turned on almost constantly recently, but I'm the hardcore gamer he's talking about. Is everyone else just shelving the thing? If the answer is yes, it's sad to see so many people missing out on great games.
Free internet high five to whomever insights the first fanboy argument.
Former DICE CEO: 'The Wii Is A Virus' [Gaming Union]
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