After Medal of Honor: Warfighter was critically derided for being a generic hunk of contemporary shootery crap following its release last October, EA have decided to shelve the series according to EA CEO Peter Moore who made the announcement in an investor call today. We’ve got more on this after the break.
What a loaded day it’s been. We’ve had a lot of great announcements from Microsoft, Sony, Ubisoft, and EA today, and tomorrow we’ll be expecting to hear some news from Nintendo and more. Keep reading to see our complete wrap-up of all the notable events from Day 1 of E3 2011, including trailers, teasers, and more.
More (get it?) frank honesty from the legendary baldie that is Peter Moore today. This time, Moore has admitted that he and Robbie Bach were genuinely baffled by the Wii’s unique controller, but had a feeling that Nintendo would build itself up again despite the GameCube’s tragic death. “I was in Tokyo when Iwata-san brought the controller out and said, ‘here it is!’ and we were all going, ‘what the […]
Speaking in the third part of his interview with the Guardian (here are part 1 and part 2), Peter Moore has discussed why he believe Rare’s skills as a developer are simply too out-dated for the current industry market. “Great people,” he said. “But their skillsets were from a different time and a different place and were not applicable in today’s market.” In Moore’s opinion, he simply doesn’t believe that […]
It looks like Peter Moore is on a roll this week. Yesterday, he admitted pulling the Dreamcast off the market, and today, he has accused Sony of both over-promising and under-delivering with their consoles. “I was angry with Sony at the time [of Dreamcast's demise], but in their shoes I probably would have done the same thing,” he said. “They did a tremendous job – and it’s a story they […]
Ah, the Dreamcast. It holds an interesting place in gamer’s hearts. On one hand, it’s one of the most passionately loved console that has ever entered the market, but it was also the death knell that saw an end to SEGA’s hardware days. Over seven years later, Peter Moore -who pushed the Xbox and Xbox 360 into gamers lap and now holds a seat in the lofty towers of Electronic […]