"I think that video games are evil. [Gaming] is not a type of activity that provides any support to our daily lives, and all these consoles are just consuming electricity!...You have to find the median — that games are not evil, perhaps not necessarily good either, but something that can be considered a pastime. What would make people enjoy a game? How do you make them feel like it is not just a waste of time?"
I'm all for trying to shake the video game industry so it doesn't become as self-indulgent and lazy as the movie industry often is...but this sounds a little off to me-- obviously enough people enjoy games that, you know, it's about an 18 billion dollar industry ($17.9 in '07).
What do you guys think?