Quick Quotes: Ken Rolston says he’s still confident in the single-player market

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 3 December 2011 19:27 GMT

“I think what a single-player game is, it is a tailored experience for the single-player, and there may be publishers who are rightly aware that if you had more multiplayer stuff in it, they would have some virtues, but I know that the single-player game experience is the one that we can best tailor to the player right now and that there are technical and asset reasons why we can’t gracefully make them all go co-op player or multiplayer. So for the short term, I believe the single-player game has an unambiguously solid market. There are people who prophesise that they’re going to make their MMOs better narrative experiences. I’m sure that they’re right and I’m sure that they will only make them, say, 5% better. And that’s still not like 100% it’s all about you, Mr. Player. I’m pretty confident single-player still has a real big market. – Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning’s Ken Rolston to Industry Gamers.

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