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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9 Troubled Square Enix needs a fresh start

Opinion A year ago Yoichi Wada's departure must signal a turnaround if the iconic Japanese publisher is to survive the next generation

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12 Why EA Will Stay On Riccitiello's Course

Opinion A year ago The shock is that EA's CEO lasted this long - but don't underestimate Riccitiello's successes

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49 We're not always online; games shouldn't be either

Opinion A year ago Companies promoting always-online need to understand the real world, says Rob Fahey

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82 Fearing the micro-transaction future

A year ago F2P and paymium are inevitable, and not just for EA - but critics of this future aren't easily dismissed

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18 PlayStation 4: A good start. Now the real work begins

A year ago Developer-focused PS4 shows how far Sony has come, but still has lots to prove, says Rob Fahey

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35 PlayStation 4 Must Demolish The Walled Garden

A year ago Sony's next-gen strategy needs to rethink the business model, not the hardware specifications

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22 Nintendo: No Need For Alarm

A year ago The Wii U might have missed launch targets - but it's too early for a funeral

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18 THQ - A Victim Of Market Change And Corporate Inertia

Opinion A year ago The former publisher knew it had to change, but lacked the focus needed to rebuild its business

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17 Stock Ticker: Apple

A year ago Record results, but a huge drop in value. Why doesn't Wall Street love the other Big Apple?

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29 The violent games debate isn't about facts; it's about hearts and minds

Opinion A year ago America's continuing culture wars bemuse the rest of the world, but the industry has no choice but to engage positively

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22 End of the line for "razors and razorblades"

Opinion A year ago The old business model of subsidising console hardware is finished. Welcome to the era of break-even hardware, says Rob Fahey

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25 Smart TV in 2013 - a trickle, not a torrent

Opinion A year ago Evangelists for Smart TV downplay the bumpy road ahead; this is a revolution that still lacks a rallying cry

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7 Experimental, accessible, creative; for games, the best is yet to come

Opinion A year ago This year has seen an industry in turmoil - but has sown the seeds of a truly brilliant future for videogames

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26 Baptism of fire: the knives come out for Wii U

Opinion A year ago Nintendo's new console is far from a darling of the press - but few of the arguments made against the Wii U's business case actually hold water

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67 Kickstarter: Funding revolution or digital panhandling?

Opinion A year ago As Braben and Molyneux start Kickstarters, the crowdfunding backlash gathers steam

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15 THQ and Activision: A Tale of Two Publishers

Opinion A year ago One stares into the abyss while the other soars on cloud nine. How can the fortunes of two publishers be so different?

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61 The Games Media Must Renew the Trust of its Audience

Opinion A year ago A culture of casual corruption has become ingrained in the games media - but this week's scandals give us a golden chance to change

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13 Financial pain is inevitable as Nintendo faces its toughest challenge

Opinion A year ago Selling the Wii U at below cost is a difficult decision - but don't try to shoehorn it into another tired "death of Nintendo" narrative

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18 CoD Elite: Lessons from Activision's failed experiment

Opinion A year ago We can sell content or services; but trying to do both will repel consumers

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34 Who's afraid of the big bad Windows?

Opinion A year ago Developers hate Windows 8 - and rightly so. Microsoft's confused, dysfunctional OS threatens their markets

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23 Sony's steep learning process

Opinion A year ago Can the firm grasp how much the market has changed - in time to save the foundering Vita?

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23 Blizzard's success isn't magic; just hard work and open minds

Opinion A year ago Stop acting like World of Warcraft is an outlier; a decade later, we could still learn many lessons from its success

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11 Tokyo Game Show and the myth of the "average gamer"

Opinion A year ago We debate whether TGS is "relevant"; but in the internet age, all audiences can be global

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6 Wii U: Fantastic games make up for high price

Opinion A year ago Nintendo strikes again, showing off its software prowess and winning over the doubters

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56 iPhone 5: "disappointment" that'll sell millions

Opinion A year ago Forget your exaggerated sighs; this is Apple's finest gaming platform yet