Our own Jamin Warren spoke on National Public Radio recently about how Modern Warfare 3 creates a more inclusive game.
WARREN: Exactly. Exactly. You know, I think what’s interesting here is that this is emblematic of a larger industry shift, which is noticing that these excessive games like “Farmville” or “Angry Birds” on iOS devices, there’s this larger movement towards understanding that. It’s not just kids and college students who play video games, but it’s everyone else as well. There was a report that was done by Deloitte that said that the fastest growing demographic of people who play games are those in their 30s and 40s. In part, these are people who’ve grown up on video games that are interested in adding consoles to their everyday regimen.
BONUS: Jamin takes a call from a concerned dad who wants to know what happened to his downloadable content.
This morning Jamin spoke with NPR about how Warner Bros. is getting its worth from Arkham City! Listen to the interview here.