He makes quite a few solid points and I say TLHBO because all the comments made against most PS3 games are actually countered by some things he said in this video.
Games like Heavy Rain and Uncharted and such brought a more amateur/casual audience to gaming. Not everyone wants to sit there and chase levels and head counts and whatever other things people do in those "gamey" games you pc gamers/lembots love to brag about so much. I like story and I like feeling like I'm doing something that contributes to a story. "See the problems with games is that they throw out some barriers to new gamers. The complexity of their controls and the focus on mechanics....the amount of time it takes to play them..." Yes I get that games are games but at the same time, we're living in a generation where things are coming closer to reality. Characters are now being made much more complex and aren't no longer avatars you have to drag along your screen. Characters are making more effort to relate to the person behind the controller and to connect so there'es nothing wrong with wanting to move on.
Now, that being said. I still stand by my opinion. Games like heavy rain and beyond 2 souls are games that want you to take them for exactly what they are. These titles don't pretend to be anything otherwise so there's not much to say. They're exactly what David Cage wanted them to be, and they're successful at being that. Cinematic experiences. That is all. Thank you.