Over at Edge (formerly Next Gen), Chris Charla has an outstanding editorial
on why we need another category of gamers to the mix. He argues that we need a "mass market" category of gamers that sits between the definition of casual games (online flash/mini-game collections) and hardcore (or core) games. This category is where games like Rock Band
sit as they don't really fit into the casual game category (too expensive to buy/play) and they don't fit into the hardcore category (broad appeal).
Personally I love this definition as a lot of games and corporations are trying to label games as either casual or core games when there seems to be something in the middle. What do you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments