I think that the entertainment industry itself has a history of chasing success. Any time a hit product comes out, all the other companies start chasing after that success and trying to recreate it by putting out similar products.
I always try and come up with a clear theme when I'm making a videogame.
You can use a lot of different technologies to create something that doesn't really have a lot of value.
I never really participated in specific sports or anything, but once I hit 40, I started to get a little bit more active and began swimming more.
My days all follow much the same pattern. They are structured and typical.
Video games are bad for you? That's what they said about rock-n-roll.