The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Executive Quotes

Executives have a hard job and often say the wrong thing. compiles a large list of Gaming Executive quotes with commentary.

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LoveHateTragedy4760d ago (Edited 4760d ago )

“I can't comment on failure rates, because it’s just not something - it’s a moving target. What this consumer should worry about is the way that we've treated him. Y’know, things's a complex business."

"Nobody is concerned anymore about backwards compatibility. We under promised and over delivered on that. It’s a very complicated thing... very complex work."

Moore's like the Donald Rumsfeld of gaming execs. And no, I haven't forgotten Kutaragi's "Jack into the Matrix!" comment. He's wild, but at least he doesn't cry about how 'complex' his job is.

calderra4759d ago

Er, Sony fans scoff but:
"Nobody is concerned anymore about backwards compatibility."

Remember about a year later when all of a sudden Phil Harrison was commenting that backwards compatibility really WASN'T as big as they thought, and that the scaled-back Euro support made more sense? Whoops.

toughNAME4760d ago

thats a truely desperate/scared sony fanboy comment...your now being ignored

Eclipticus4760d ago

interesting quotes. its battle of the bumbling idiots. between Moore and Kuturagi. Now if they got Bush involved. That would be hilarious

cain1414760d ago (Edited 4760d ago )

I actually took time to see if I could find anything from him; however the best I could do was this: a report from where the president received a copy of brain age. Read here if you wish:

ThaGeNeCySt4760d ago

what happened to the 360 quotes ??

closedxxx4760d ago

Well, SONY is a prime example of why companies have PR departments. The problem is, too many of their Chiefs get to spent a lot of time in front of the camera and the mic. These guys obviously aren't listening to what their PR folks are telling them, because they have said quite a few things this year that has made them sound completely out of touch with their customer.

Peter Moore just doesn't do well when he's under fire, bottom line. he needs to learn how to say "No comment"

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