Remember 2008? Good Lord, was it nearly three years ago, at E3, that Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XIII would have an Xbox 360 release, utterly horrifying fanboys of game, publisher and PS3 alike?
Well, if one reading of the karmic law is "we all got it coming, kid," then Yoichi Wada, the CEO of Square Enix, got his when his Xbox 360 up and died. The man even tweeted "T-T", which will be the only recognisable characters to those who don't speak Japanese. The translation, per Siliconera, has it that Wada-san wanted to play some games on his 360, but he discovered that it crashed. He then said he's considering dropping all of the new games he started. It's a momentum-killer for sure.
Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada's Xbox 360 Crashed (T-T) [Siliconera]