Eight ain’t enough

Good old Peter Moore, Microsoft's corporate vice president for interactive entertainment business, entertainment and devices division, recently gave a speech on how videogames can be made more palatable to the masses.

Moore's "elite 8" is outlined here. It's a good list, but certainly doesn't go far enough in confronting elitism and opening doors for the videogame industry, as was Moore's intended goal.

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To truly make games less elitist and more everyman, console makers, developers, and publishers should consider the following...

Pirates; games where you punch former German dictator Adolf Hitler in stomach; Hitlerbots; new next-generation consoles that refuse to play sucky games; a $10 rebate check if you happen to mistakenly purchase the "retard pack;" and in-game rewards including, but not limited to: new hats, pimp outfits, and the right to play a minigame where you bowl for furniture.