Yes, there are literary snobs who look down on these two genres. But, truly great works of literature transcend their categories. People don't celebrate mainstream fiction just because it is that. It has to be good to get recognized for its literary value.
"I think that its value depends upon the game. It didn't make sense on Oblivion but I'm sure there are some games it does make sense on. To be honest I would rather have the rumble instead of the SIXAXIS motion stuff. When you're playing Oblivion it's nice to feel the weapons connecting with an opponent, so the absence of the rumble is notable when playing Elder Scrolls."
When asked if he has ever thought of including SIXAXIS motion support in the PS3 version of Oblivion, he stated:
"We didn't think about doing anything with the SIXAXIS stuff. We just wanted to make sure it played well and doing something new with the SIXAXIS just wasn't even necessary. Obviously if we ever have a game that would work well with the SIXAXIS then we would consider using it... but that wasn't an option for Oblivion.""