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  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II PlayStation 3 Beta Delayed

    The beta for the PlayStation 3 version of Dark Souls II was supposed to begin this morning, but it didn't happen and Namco Bandai has offered an apology. It's unclear exactly what prevented the beta from launching, but Namco Bandai was quick to apologize, and assure all those involved that their... More
  • Blog Post: American McGee Apologizes For Negative EA Comments

    Earlier this week, game designer American McGee had some negative things to say about EA's marketing techniques during an AMA on Reddit . He seemed frustrated by EA's apparent attempts to "trick" gamers into buying a hardcore horror game...something Alice: Madness Returns is not. Later... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo President Apologizes For 3DS Price Cut

    If you’re still feeling a little raw about buying a Nintendo 3DS right out of the gate and thereby missing out on the recent price cut, then Nintendo president, Satoru Iwata, wants you to know that he’s sorry. Do you feel better? Last week, after the price cut , Nintendo announced details... More
  • Blog Post: Sony's Jack Tretton Delivers Apology For PSN Outage

    The Sony press conference kicked off with a message from SCEA president and CEO Jack Tretton regarding the obvious elephant in the room -- the PlayStation Network outage. Tretton delivered an apology to third parties for the cost of the outage to their businesses and thanked them as well as retail partners... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Suspends Player For His Home Town’s Name

    A player based in Fort Gay, West Virginia, was temporarily suspended from Xbox Live for mentioning his home town’s name in his user profile. As 1up writes, 26-year-old Josh Moore was barred from the service until he could convince Microsoft that it was a real place, and not a juvenile attempt to... More
  • Blog Post: Epic's Mark Rein Apologizes To Indie Dev For Being Rude

    A few days ago, Epic Games’ Vice President Mark Rein caused a bit of a stir during an indie-gaming panel at the Develop conference. Speaking from the audience, Rein apparently chastised the assembled developers when the subject of interacting with customers in small-scale projects came up. According... More
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