New Zynga CEO Don Mattrick believes he can help social publisher Zynga turn its millions of users into the cold hard cash so notably absent from its recent history.
Not even there a day and he's already running his mouth. Wait untill you release that full pontetial THEN run your mouth
Mattick and Zynga reminds me of Rubin and THQ(not that Rubin talk as much as Mattick does). Given Zynga recent performance I can't really see a big turnaround anytime soon. They closed tons of studios, cut staff and even shutdown games. Mattick would've better off going a different gaming company that isn't a sinking ship like Zynga, imho.
At least his stupid quotes will spend less time on the top news section now that he isn't a Microsoft employee.
Money hungry son-of-a-*****. As if Zynga wasn't bad enough already, we have this clown leading them now.
Maybe force connection to the Internet every 24 hours?
Lol no that's some dead joke
I can't believe this actually happened, it was only about a month ago when he announced the Xbox One lol.
Don Matrick acting just like the puppet he is.
Mattrick thinks he joined the Z Warriors or something. He's more like dbgt era Gohan. The sucky version that squandered his potential
I read that quote in Darth Vader's voice for some reason.
How is it that he can go from running the Xbox division into the ground, to getting a job as a CEO with another big company in no time flat?
Rich executives usually fail upward.
Wait a minute, I got it.... News Story: "'Zynga Will Release it's Full Potential by Developing Exclusive Indie Games on Xbox One; All Powered by the Cloud', says Mattrick" Lol. I'm going to bookmark this page to see if this actually comes true within the next year! That would be really interesting now...
And if you don't like Zynga you can buy a 360 -_-
He managed to sink a battleship. It's just hilarious how he thinks he can now save the Titanic when its halfway underwater.
My name is Don Mattrick and I'm a fist bump in human form.
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