Archive - Rob Fahey

Rob Fahey is a former editor of GamesIndustry.biz who spent several years living in Japan and probably still has a mint condition Dreamcast Samba de Amigo set.

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11 Titanfall: time to perform for Xbox One and Azure

Opinion 9 months ago Respawn is Microsoft's great hope - and launch can't be mired in tech issues

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28 Free Europe: The EU tackles F2P

Opinion 9 months ago F2P devs should welcome regulation - it'll prove that most of them are doing nothing wrong

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42 Could Microsoft sell off the Xbox?

Opinion 9 months ago And if it makes sense for Microsoft, is Amazon in the market to buy?

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18 King's IPO is no Royal Flush

Opinion 10 months ago Investors beware - the Candy Crush Saga publisher is just Zynga 2.0

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57 EA's Dungeon Keeper is a real torture

Opinion 10 months ago Rather than condemning all F2P, Dungeon Keeper should be a lesson in what can go wrong and how to avoid it

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25 Core gamers can be whales too

Opinion 10 months ago True fans of any game are willing to spend extra on it; core gamers aren't so different from their F2P brethren in that regard

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34 What Nintendo needs isn't smartphones, but surprise

Opinion 10 months ago The industry's top company only succeeds when it does the unexpected

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23 Steam Machines must be more than a hobby

Opinion 11 months ago Valve dithers on Steam machines, but must commit to endure coming changes

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4 Crowded Out: 2013 was the year the masses ruled

Opinion A year ago It no longer grabs the headlines it once did, but crowd funding showed in 2013 that it will be a powerful force in games for many years to come

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4 Stock Ticker: 2013 in Review

A year ago Game stocks (mostly) outperformed the markets as enthusiasm for the new spilled over into valuations. But who were the big winners and losers?

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38 Let's Not Play - The Copyright Battle Turns Ugly

Opinion A year ago Intellectual property laws have failed to keep pace with change - now they're hurting both the rights holders and the content creators.

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52 Nintendo in the Firing Line

Opinion A year ago As PS4 and XB1 enjoy successful launches, comparisons with Wii U look stark - but Nintendo has a track record of confounding the doomsayers

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64 Is this the start of the Paymium generation?

Opinion A year ago New consoles, new business models - but the reception to "paymium" has been anger and outrage. Until its instigators start respecting their customers, that won't change

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13 Blinking Lights of Death Herald The Next Gen

Opinion A year ago Two big console launches in a week - and we're all so old and cynical that all we care about is overheating hardware. Has the RROD fiasco scarred us so badly?

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8 In defence of data-driven design

Opinion A year ago Data can never replace design genius, only complement it

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11 The difference between a crash and an explosion

Opinion A year ago Why gaming's expansion shouldn't be haunted by the spectre of '83

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33 Xbox One, PS4 and the elusive dream of "good enough"

Opinion A year ago Excitement builds for new hardware, but their greatest competition may come from an unlikely source - the past

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12 Still Catching 'em All

Opinion A year ago Pokemon's success speaks to Nintendo's strengths, proving the demand is still strong

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15 Let Slip the Watch Dogs

Opinion A year ago Ubisoft's delay won't impact the success of the next-gen consoles this Christmas - but one stumbling block does remain...

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9 Shuhei Yoshida: PlayStation 4, indies, and the Xbox One

A year ago Part 2: Sony Worldwide Studios boss talks about the battle with Microsoft, keeping the PS3 alive and the state of The Last Guardian

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22 Core games hit new heights, so why do they feel threatened?

Opinion A year ago GTA V and Monster Hunter 4 prove core games are thriving

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71 GTA V may not be misogynist - but its 'supporters' are

Opinion A year ago This vicious treatment of unpopular opinions robs us all of the chance to have nuanced discussions about our medium

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2 Tokyo Game Show 2013: Quiet on the Eastern Front

A year ago Japan's games market is in fine health, but Makuhari Messe has never seemed so empty. What's gone wrong?

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13 Vita TV points the way to Sony's future

Opinion A year ago If the hardware giant is to survive, networks and software are key

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20 Can the VR dream go mainstream?

Opinion A year ago As Sony jumps on the Oculus bandwagon, is the dream of mass-market VR about to come true?