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This Week in the Business: When a Game Ships, the Axe Falls

What happened in the video game industry last week ...

quote |. "The bike hire and fire is only one aspect of our industry when a game ships, sometimes the guillotine must fall." David Valjalo, game consultant, who speak a sad reality to make AAA games today.

quote | "There is a decrease of consoles, is the decline of a generation.", Shuhei Yoshida, president of development studios worldwide for Sony, talking about his fundamental belief in the brackets and why people are tired of the current generation.

quote |. "It is clear that the vast majority of people ... do not want to buy [games] in a straight line, "Guy Longworth senior vice president of brand marketing for Sony, why the retail game sales continue to dominate.

quote | "We will continue to support the Wii U for Christmas, and we expect to take off in terms of sales." Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, speaking of the position of the company in the Wii U.

quote |. "We are in the field of mind blowing and provide considerable experience," Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg, Activision talk about what it takes to stay in business Console

quote | .. "A large company can be very stupid, very quickly," Hilmar Petursson, CEO of CCP, speaking difficulties related to the growth of the company over time quote |. "We work together to build this and break some rules within Microsoft" Victor Kislyi, CEO of war games, talking about the new version

World of Tanks

free-to-play game for the Xbox 360.

quote |. "Believing that the source, in this new world, as the host of the" for-EA EVP Andrew Wilson talks about his vision for the future of digital distribution service EA and how to improve.

quote | .. "The ultimate goal for us is to raise $ 1 billion for charity over the next three years," Jude Ower, CEO PlayMob, talking about their plans to integrate philanthropy in games quote |. "Believing that we are able to show something new that is independent of Ninja Gaiden

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