The possibility of tying console type and traditional PC games more closely to Facebook and mobile games raises a couple of issues for me.
1. I don't know about you guys but I could care less if Facebook games become more like the traditional stuff because I really don't see Facebook as a gaming platform. For me it's something I use to stay in touch with friends and even though I have a lot of gamer friends we play traditional games. As for mobile the only game I play on my Droid is Angry Birds. When I play it it's for about 5 minutes before I tire of it and move onto something else like browsing or texting my friends,
2. There seems to be a belief in the games industry by both publishers and developers that all 'gamers' want to somehow play their game of choice every waking minute. While it does sound cool to tune your GT5 car at work via an app or from a Facebook option on your game I personally would rather do it at home when I'm actually playing my game rather than have the feature taken out of the game and the devs require me to actually do it on another device.