You know it's good when the streetsign says Whatawhata though. Turns out it wasn't so far after all.
Those first words sound pretty horrible. Not that gaming can't be something social (i.e. multiplayer), but when I hear social gaming, I think things like Facebook games and mobile games. The latter can be good for boredom as you mentioned, but I'm skeptical to the claim of (many) people buying and playing large games on their phone. There has to be a consumer base, I don't think it even exists. For smaller games, sure. But who wants things like Angry Birds to replace major games? Fuck that.Social gaming, that was the term. It's in decline. Turns out people generally just play games on their cellphone out of boredom on like the bus, not actually at home for entertainment.
Of course, I think a lot the problems with sales can be related to
a) The PS2
b) People buying Wii and never playing it.
Also, I say let it die.
Some one is now very sad.