Edge writes: "The traditional videogame console format came under attack during a panel discussion at BMO Capital Markets' Interactive Entertainment Conference in New York on Thursday.
Alex St. John, the WildTangent chairman who's made no secret about his stance on the current console model, hammered home his opinion that the console platform is doomed.
"I think you're looking at the last generation of consoles. I don't think Sony or Microsoft is going to make another console. The problem is that great graphics, which is what used to differentiate a console, are a commodity. Everybody's got it. You can't buy a PC that doesn't have Xbox or Nintendo-quality graphics anymore.'"