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Submitted by epicjrpg 481d ago | news

Level Up: JRPG News Recap for March 28th, 2013 - The taking a Massive Pay Cut edition

No time to browse gaming web sites during the day to keep up-to-date with the latest and greatest JRPG news? No problem – epicJRPG.com makes it easy to catch up by bringing you a summary of JRPG news from around the web, all in one easy to read post!

The following is a summary of JRPG news from around the web for March 28th, 2013, including updated information on the massive 60% pay cut which will be received by terminated former Square-Enix President and CEO Yoichi Wada as a result of "poor performance", and commentary from GamesIndustry International which notes that “Square-Enix’ development studios in Japan have simply failed to match themselves to the challenge of developing on this generation of hardware”. (3DS, Android, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mind 0, Mobile, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Square Enix, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Yoichi Wada)

ScubbaSteve  +   481d ago
Should be called "Level Down:".

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