A special moment: All three main platform holder heads (Layden, Spencer, Reggie) join together on stage at The Game Awards

Apr 21, 2018
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This was really nice to see. I think it’s fantastic the gaming market has grown big enough to support three consoles.
 

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Oct 27, 2017
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The reaction is hilarious tbh, these are grown men, businessmen and heads of companies. They have more in common with each other than "gamers". Of course they're friends behind the scenes. The only reason we don't see more of them together is to keep the hardcore one platform loonies from getting upset. Talking like it's some momentous event is deeply funny. They most likely, in private, view all gamers as a bunch of whiney fickle manbabies, and they'd not be far off.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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I thought it was brilliant, fair play to all three of them!

Just realised, the missing person was twitter's CEO kaz hirai, he would have had a thing or two to say!
 
Oct 28, 2017
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It's really only special if you care about cunts in suits though.

Call me when the heads of Tesco, Sainsburys and Marks and Sparks are all in the same room, TITANS.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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I'm probably going to get shit for this...While it was kind of cool to see them all up there, without any real act to solidify the commitment of working together towards a common goal, it felt kind of empty.
 

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Dec 6, 2018
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Major nelson face when GoW announced as goty was gold. He was like "just wait until next gen we got studios fam"
 
Jan 2, 2018
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What a weird industry this is. I'm sure these 3 guys get along just fine.

Don't really know why this is such a big deal.
it was the game industry equivalent of:




i'm not sure who hitler is in this comparison. gabe newell? anyway, the console wars are over. if seeing these three marketing graduates together on the stage didn't melt your heart you may be dead on the inside.


edit: oh people have made this comparison completely unironically already. alright, see ya around.
 

Gun

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Oct 27, 2017
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lol at some people here
It's was a cool moment to have the 3 at the stage at the same time. It's something unique that would never happen at E3 and we probably won't see this again in the near future
 
Oct 27, 2017
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“This was a year where all consoles sold well. We have found a way to live together in peace and harmony. We hearby announce the end of the console wars.....LET THE PC GAME STORE WARS BEGIN!!!!”
 
Oct 25, 2017
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That is pretty much the console industry on stage, I thought it was unprecedented


If you are against this you are a fanboy, plain and simple. The worst kind of fanboy.

This was a display of solidarity for the industry.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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The reaction is hilarious tbh, these are grown men, businessmen and heads of companies. They have more in common with each other than "gamers". Of course they're friends behind the scenes. The only reason we don't see more of them together is to keep the hardcore one platform loonies from getting upset. Talking like it's some momentous event is deeply funny. They most likely, in private, view all gamers as a bunch of whiney fickle manbabies, and they'd not be far off.
Definitely. That's why I respect ppl like Shu from Sony very open about being a gamer and often times mentions how he plays games on Wii, Switch, etc..... Gamers should just be fans of great games but flip side is fans shouldn't get upset if someone criticizes something from their favorite console maker or dev. I prefer Sony ipS not because of the Sony name but just because I'm more into games like Uncharted, Mlb The Show, Etc but also like games like Forza and Mario.

Shit for all we know some of these exec's have each others numbers on speed dial 🤣🤣🤣🤣
 
Oct 28, 2017
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My favorite moment from the show, for sure. I'm surprised so many people in here seem so against it or too jaded and cool to admit this was neat... Anyways, I've always wanted to see more cooperation between the big three and honestly never would have expected to see all three of them on stage any time soon. So, this felt good. I hope the public cooperation continues whether it be used for charity events or helping out third parties. I feel like they could do a lot of good if they come together for things they all three believe in.