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“PlayStation 4 was such a great redemption… making that platform such a success quite frankly contributed to me being more comfortable with getting on to the rest of my career.” — Former Sony Computer Entertainment head Jack Tretton, reflecting on his 19 years at Sony and his new role on the advisory board of AI firm Genotaur.
QUOTE | “If you want to sell a game for $60, to the player it has to feel like $200…In 2014, $60 for a game is a little insane.” – Creative director Adrian Chmielarz talking about the lessons of Bulletstorm and the problem with prices.
Dark Souls II has done alright for publisher Namco Bandai and developer From Software, shifting a chunky 1.2 million copies to masochistic gamers everywhere. That’s great for Namco’s games department… and Namco as a whole, considering the rest of its business didn’t do so great over the last 12 months.
QUOTE | “[You] can’t sell sand at the beach.” — American McGee, head of Spicy Horse, talking about Microsoft’s plan to sell Xbox Ones in China, which he believes will fail for multiple reasons.