Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart strikes fear into the hearts of RPG developers everywhere

"It used to be fine to make an RPG that was just wandering around and hacking things up with the player having very little effect on the world around them. Why play that game now if you could just play a MMO?"

Feargus Urquhart has warned RPG developers that they need to focus on what makes the genre unique or risk losing out to the exploding MMORPG industry.

"I think those of us that make non-MMO RPGs need to look at what a single-player/small multiplayer RPG can do that MMOs can't and spend our time and effort on those things", Urquhart said.


Read the full interview at CVG.

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