What a great article! This is a great take on the current state of the games industry and the games that we produce. The article kinda hits both sides of the FPS fence and tackles the "My son killed his friend ’cos he played your game" issue. I like the question he posits:

And, in a separate case that also occurred only a few days ago, a mother recently killed her 15-year-old daughter because she claimed God told her to. Why isn't religion taking any flak for this, when this crime may have been averted had the woman never heard of God? Because religion isn't at fault - and neither are games.

Indeed.