In an article titled "Who wants to be a Millionaire", Capcom co-founder Kenzo Tsujimoto is quoted making the following statement:
"The chief difference between American and Japanese game publishers: In the United States, publishers are very successful – they're run by professional management. They focus on money, not making great games. On our side, we always operate under the assumption that there's a high possibility of losing money, but that's just our style. American publishers make games so everyone can play. The Japanese – especially Capcom – favor the hardcore gamer."
Anyone find this ironic coming from capcom?