With the news of Visceral getting it's studio closed down and subsequent single player Star Wars game getting canned and EA wanting focus on multiplayer more than single player games due to being able to put micro-transactions in them to keep the player coming back for more. Do you think linear single player games will soon go the way of couch Co-Op? In my personal opinion no matter the monetary gain that you can get from online games which has proven to be huge just look at GTA online as a prime example on how micro-transactions can rake on cash by the motherlode. What we have is an ebb and flow that we are experiencing in the gaming industry as more and more publishers are starting to realize that people really just love playing online games with their friends. I myself will always love a great single player game where I can sit down and enjoy a story and put on a path that the developers wants to go on, but their is a novelty in shooting friends in the face with a shotgun online or grouping up and causing havoc in the streets of Los Santos.
So do you think that linear single games are on the way out or do you believe those games will always be around no matter what? Also what are some of your favorite single player game to come out old or new.