The Quote Boat

There may only have been two things said this week worth repeating, but it’s quality, not quantity, which counts.

» I’m growing to like Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter. He does love to comment on the games industry, and he doesn’t care if he’s wrong. A couple of weeks ago his thought that there wouldn’t be a sequel to Bully spread over the internet like something stupid. Then, last week, he took it back. “I have been consistently wrong about this title,” he told GamePolitics.com. He could also have said, “Analysts are a bit pointless,” but didn’t.

» “The PS3 is a total disaster on so many levels.” That’s what Valve’s Gabe Newell told Game Informer magazine. He went on: “they should just cancel it.” I’d not really paid much attention to Newell before, but he’s clearly a man of sound mind. I like him too.

Jake

Jake has been here since the beginning, with hundreds of reviews and countless other guff to his name. These days, not so consistent.

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