Xbox head reportedly reevaluating the relationship of Xbox with Activision

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer is reportedly "reevalauting" the relationship of Xbox with Activision Blizzard, according to a new report. This follows comments made by Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan.

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Magog61d ago ShowReplies(19)
GaboonViper61d ago

Good on Phil and Jim for this, good leadership.

Vx_61d ago (Edited 61d ago )

Who cares, really!! as a gamer ..a good fun game is all that matters, nothing else nothing more.

DiRtY60d ago

as a person who wears clothes, all I care is a nice shirt. Who cares if some children had to make these just to get food or got hurt in the process. Nothing else nothing more.

PrinceAli60d ago

You're actualy a Piece of garbage! just straight up

Eamon60d ago

Honestly... Bobby Kotick gone is 100% good for gaming and gamers. Activision has ruined the industry with their scummy business practices, both for their employees and the consumer.

b00mFargl360d ago

I think from all the articles that it is safe to say, a whole lot of people care.

Vx_60d ago

Oh look at all the pretenders crying out, at least I’m the only truthful one here.. yes I’m a gamer and only care about games.. doesn’t mean I agree white all the dramas of what’s going on behind closed doors… but it’s none of my business.

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LucasRuinedChildhood61d ago (Edited 61d ago )

Whether or not Phil was just "following Sony's lead" is something we will never know (Sony and MS's emails could have been sent to their employees around the same time and one could have been reported first), and honestly, it doesn't matter.

It's great that both Sony and MS are putting pressure on Activision to remove Kotick, and it's not something I think most of us were expecting.

Bobby Kotick sent a voicemail threatening to kill one of his employees, and his own spokesperson had to acknowledge that it happened while trying to both apologize for it and downplay it. If anyone here sent death threats to their colleagues, we would be fired, and rightfully so.

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Eamon60d ago

A threatening voicemail is nothing compared to everything else that's occurred at Activision Blizzard. From the worst predatory business practices, to a sweat shop workplace, higher-ups preying on females, and publishing bland iterative games.

XiNatsuDragnel61d ago

Good on you Phil we need more companies to follow suit.

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