Kudo Tsunoda was rightly defending the new Kinect. It's what you have to do when you work for a company--stand by the product. But he seems to go a little to far, saying that Halo on the Xbox killed FPS gaming on the PC. The article quotes hims saying "hardly anyone plays first person shooters on the PC anymore."
I am sure most of you fellow gamers would agree that this sounds outrageous. Well, in response someone looked up some numbers, and before even America was at full force on Steam there were at least 266,505 people playing FPS' online via the Steam community. This doesn't even include people playing on LAN networks or other dedicated servers.
Alright Kudo, could you please do some research before someone debunks your bogus claim in less than 24 hours. I don't think any of the consoles are dying out soon, including the PC. So those of you in the video game business, don't offend your competition until you know you have them beat.