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Monday, 09 July 2007 14:18

Video Games boring: EA Games boss

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Electronic Arts boss John Riccitiello told the Wall Street Journal that most computer games are "boring" or  complicated.

He said that game makers needed to do more to appeal to casual players.

Riccitiello said that games makers were "boring people to death" and making games which are too hard to play.

This is not the first time that Riccitiello has waded into his industry. He has previously said that games makers "rinsed and repeated" their successful products without adding much to them.

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