When they slapped a price tag on you the wrong side of £100 I nearly choked on my lunch. That was it for me: they'd knocked you out before you'd even had chance to sing the bum note I was so sure you would.
Anyway, my point - and this isn't easy for me to say - is that I was wrong. At least, I was sort of wrong.
All right, you sold millions instantly. Good for you - you're not a flop in the technical sense, and you spent a long weekend with my boss and managed to win him over. Well played - cunning tactics, but I still think you're a bit of a family floozy with a lacklustre library of games.
Sorry, this is supposed to be an apology.
What I'm trying to say is... when I watched a video of you last night controlling a fully functioning robot by reading someone's movements in real time, I have to admit I was impressed.
Real time 3D worlds? Virtual reality? Flying AI robots? You never told me you could do any of this.