(GamesIndustry International) A bland Webcast (announced to the public at the last possible minute) got things off on the wrong foot. The absence of the company's global president at the E3 press conference sent mixed signals. And the decision to demonstrate third-party support by highlighting a year old game that was already widely played was … curious.
Rather than basking in a critical glow, as it did with the Wii, the company found itself on the defensive. The past week has seen a lot of interesting stories from senior company officials from a variety of outlets. We decided to look at what they had to say - and what some of the hidden meaning might be in those statements.