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Submitted by BYE 1688d ago | news

Schafer Claims Kotick Comments Were an "Accident"

Tim Schafer didn't sugar-coat his comments about Activision CEO Bobby Kotick, but he says that he wishes that he had. (Activision, Bobby Kotick, Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Tim Schafer, Xbox 360)

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KRUSSIDULL  +   1689d ago
In other news Tim Schafer was later found dead in his apartment.
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Letros  +   1688d ago
If you have balls enough to say it, don't be a vag and try to take it back.
chak_  +   1688d ago
he's right, eurogamer took it out of context, and when he thought he was off the record.

Sure he thinks it, but didn't want it to be public and become the n°1 headline in all gaming site.

Eurogamer just did that to get hits, and that's very low of them
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mirroredderorrim  +   1688d ago
Eurogamer sucks balls.
VampHuntD  +   1688d ago
He's right about one thing...
Yes it was an accident, an accident that he didn't say it or call Kotick out earlier.

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