Has the UK lost its national video game identity?
Japan is known for its quirky, offbeat games and a devotion to the role-playing game. America, the pioneer, has a predilection for big action games with plenty of gunplay. This might be a simplification, but these countries have a style and way of doing things that gamers feel they can recognise. So what about the UK? Do we have a distinctive identity in the games we produce, and the games we like to play?