Bungie president "certainly didn't agree" with decision to postpone Halo E3 reveal

Bungie president Harold Ryan has denied "laughing" when Xbox boss Don Mattrick told him that the studio's latest Halo product would not be shown at E3.

"Keeping things clean, I certainly didn't agree with the decision to delay our news until sometime after E3," Ryan told Eurogamer today.

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NO_PUDding3794d ago

If this is not true, you can see Mattrick would be happy to lie about the rest.

KingME3794d ago



chaosatom3794d ago

They also need something for next e3.

slave2Dcontroller3794d ago

seemed like a laughing matter to begin with. You cant show your game at E3. Ok..hahahahahahahahahaha. doesnt even sound right.

deeznuts3794d ago

Sometimes you laugh in situations like that. Not because it isn't serious, but at the incredulous nature of the news. Like, hahah, wtf?

If sony were ruthless, they'd come in for the kill here. Of course they can't take away halo, but try and drive some small wedge between the two?

Superfragilistic3794d ago (Edited 3794d ago )

I understood the decision to hold the Bungie unveil back and that's within the publisher's rights, but Mattrick needs to shut his trap. First he takes Bungie's glory and reveals a new Halo, and now he gets caught publicly misrepresenting one of their most important development partners!

If he's not careful he may do more than create a minor PR debacle, he might well piss off Bungie and damage the relationship...

PwnShop3794d ago

Yeah and if there's one thing the microsoft event needed was a new core game, not some new Avatar crap

dachiefsman3794d ago

of course he didn't agree. I am sure he had his crew busting their a$$es for their presentation, probably more disappointed than mad if I had to guess.

Johnny Cullen3794d ago

Don Matterick: The Great Bigmouth.

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