Wada: “We’re So Bad We’ll Have To Rebuild Our Brands”

Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada has said that he regrets letting all Square Enix’s games get so “sloppy,” and says the company will have to rebuild them all as a result.

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MrAwesome2950d ago

Atleast they acknowledge it unlike other people*looks at Activision*

Godmars2902950d ago (Edited 2950d ago )

Still, this is a, "circling the bowl" bad sign. And if they've been "sloppy" up until now, what does that say about vsXIII?

This isn't funny, its sad. Square is a full blown mess, they're finally saying as much, yet they have no idea how to fix themselves.

Dumping Wada is probably the first thing they should do, but who's going to take his place?

RememberThe3572950d ago

He knew what he was doing when he was doing it. He just thought that he could get away with it. Wada needs to go. His appeal to the west hasn't, and wont, work.

Godmars2902950d ago (Edited 2950d ago )

Would say this might be a good time for Sony to come in and buy them outright, but Square's not in the kind of shape to be left to their own creative ability - because they don't really have any.

Bring Sakaguchi back. Even though that will likely mean the end of FF as a franchise in name, but that would be better than it ending altogether.

Newtype2950d ago's the one who messed up with that stupid Reason why Square Soft died. Sony AND Square lost a lot of money on that bad movie.

Godmars2902950d ago

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Its worth the gamble that he's learned his lesson, and besides, who else is there? Namora seems to focused on action adventure games to make a basic RPG.

4221852950d ago

I suggests start making your games exclusive for the ps3 on 1 disc with not cuts for dlc.

Otheros002950d ago

*braces for quality console games from square enix*

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