OTGT—- A Challenge of Integrity
By otakuman5000 On 9 Mar, 2011 At 08:41 PM | Categorized As Videos | With 1 Comment


Here is the first Pilot Episode of O-T-G-T here on Real Otaku Gamer.com. Only The Goddamn Truth videos will not be posted here on ROG. Get ready to experience some hard truth about the gaming industry. This would include thoughts on gaming related news, announcements, reviews, events, and more.

On today’s episode, here is some thoughts on some opinions that were expressed on a podcast about both Microsoft and Square Enix. Is Microsoft leaving the gaming industry in light of Stock Holder intentions?

Is Square Enix doomed if Final Fantasy Versus 13 does not sell well, and is it the end of a once great RPG making developer?

All this and more on today’s O-T-G-T. THIS IS ONLY THE GODDAMN TRUTH!!!

[tube] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8T2YEbglHLM[/tube]

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  1. San_Andreas says:

    Agree on both points.

    Although I lean more heavily towards Sony, I can’t see Microsoft pulling out of the industry now. The Xbox division is finally turning some serious profits; the 360 is having its best year ever in sales, and Xbox Live is practically a money-printing license. After running losses all these years, why would MS want to quit now when they’re actually doing well? That doesn’t make sense.

    Square Enix is likewise still one of the most profitable video game companies in the world. I’m looking forward to vXIII, and I’m enjoying the heck out of Dragon Quest VI, which is selling better than the two previous games in the US. If they’re doomed, the whole industry doesn’t have long to live.


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