Respawn: We Did Not Sell Titanfall to Microsoft

#71chedibang1994Posted 3/11/2014 4:51:24 AM
If sony got 2.8 million dollars they need to stretch it some how spending it exclusively on titanfall is a very bad move i would focus on making my exclusives better instead of countering Microsoft why do that if they are ahead, that's dangling expensive gold in front of people when you don't have it like that
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#72Joey-ZazaPosted 3/11/2014 5:50:44 AM
Sony blows their budget on stealth marketing through gamefaqs.
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#73stalemate_666Posted 3/11/2014 6:02:13 AM
InjusticeReborn posted...
TMOG posted...
http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/blog/techflash/2013/07/is-microsoft-pulling-out-of-issaquah.html?page=all
http://www.digitalspy.com/tech/news/a471392/microsoft-sells-mediaroom-iptv-unit-building-xbox-cloud-tv-platform.html
http://www.issaquahreporter.com/news/228853741.html

Microsoft must be going out of business last year

Right?


Heh, to be fair, those links you supplied lead to the idea that Microsoft is selling off (or not renewing leases to properties) because they're expanding.

From what I know (again, going by links provided to me, I don't really care for this sort of stuff), Sony is selling for other reasons. Debt continues to be the trendy word.

But what do I know? I'm just your average gamer...


Sony has been holding on to assets that they don't need and have been bleeding money for half a decade, honestly they should of sold some off years ago, it's not a big deal, Sony has a lot of money in assets, they could probably sell 1/3 of their assets and still be viable in all departments and obviously they'd be more profitable (assuming it was the bottom 1/3)
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