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'More than half' of Capcom Europe faces redundancy as part of major restructure

"More than half" of Capcom's European arm "faces redundancy" as part of a major restructure at the firm, according to a new report.

MCV reports that Capcom Europe "is undergoing a major restructure following a difficult year", and that it "understands more than half of the European arm faces redundancy, with a number of jobs set to merge".

In a statement provided to the magazine, a Capcom spokesperson confirmed that the European arm is "currently evaluating its structure" following an earlier reorganisation in the US.

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Syclonus1693d ago

just change the morons in charge

HardcoreGamer1693d ago

I THOUGHT CAPCOM MAKING LOADS OF MONEY FROM

rehashing games and re releasing minor updtates, i guess the backlash of hiding dlc on disk and charging to unlock has taking its toll. i bet they want to do it again. to make money.

but they cant because what they were doing is wrong.

Activemessiah1693d ago (Edited 1693d ago )

Weren't they meant to employ new staff? could have sworn I read that somewhere weeks ago...

Edit: I was thinking of this which was back in Nov... I guess things changed since. http://www.videogamer.com/n...

ajames3471693d ago

That's their Japanese studio though. Their North American and European branches are still vulnerable.

paul-p19881693d ago

So this could well mean a lot less localisations? I'm not sure what part of Capcom deals with that...

I agree with Syclonus though, get rid of the managers who don't know who their customers are and what they want, and then start to deliver on your customers expectations....then profit!!

Master-H1693d ago

the solution is always more DLC...

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