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QUOTE | “You ever feel like what we’re doing is too much like pornography?” — Trip Hawkins, EA and Digital Chocolate founder, asking an odd question while on the difficulty of monetising games.
In the past, major video game companies like Square and Enix merged. It’s a big deal when something like that happens! Nintendo president Satoru Iwata recently mentioned “M&A” (aka mergers and acquisitions), setting off speculation around the internet. But what does he mean? It’s not yet clear — he could just be talking about licensing Nintendo characters.
QUOTE | “We are thinking about a new business structure … It’s not as simple as enabling Mario to move on a smartphone.” — Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata, on Nintendo’s loss for the year and what to do about it.