Sometimes game execs say razor sharp things. Those moments we quickly forget. Sometimes they say jug-headed things. Those moments we remember. Forever. Over at Game|Life, they're voting on their favourite foot-in-mouth quotes from game execs. A quick round-up for you to laugh and point at:
• Former Microsoft exec Peter Moore on Red Rings of Death: "You know, things break."
• Nintendo president Satoru Iwata in May 2004: "Customers do not want online games."
• SCEA boss Jack Tretton on post-launch PS3 availability: "If you can find a PS3 anywhere in North America that's been on store shelves for more than five minutes, I'll give you 1,200 bucks for it."
• Nintendo's Perrin Kaplan on Wii owners running out of memory space: "But if your refrigerator's full, you've got to pull something out and put something else back in. I mean, really, are you using everything thing there?"
• PlayStation Father Ken Kutaragi on the PS3's intial price tag: "It's probably too cheap... We want consumers to think to themselves, 'I will work more hours to buy one.'"