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Kotaku posts rumor: Sony corporation has Kotaku blackballed
Every time you think, you weaken the nation —Moe Howard
Tuesday, August 30, 2016, 07:23:UTC)(
2 March 2007
“Kotaku got it easy”
THE INTERNETS-- Kotaku, an internet site devoted to any news or information concerning video games, posted a rumor earlier today detailing what may or not be a new feature for its recently released media supercomputer. The rumor was that in a weeks time, the PS3 will be updated with new features for free. The features were that gamers would be allowed to create a virtual world for customized avatars and then decorate that space with items unlocked through game play.
However, before posting the information the writer for this rumor page gave Sony the heads-up on what he was about to post. The following qoutes detail the conversation between Brian and Dave Cracker (head of PR for Sony) after Brians initial forwarding of the story to Dave.
|“|| Excuse me Brian, but I have to ||”|
Brians response to this:
|“|| What?! This is something I spotted browsing the internet for rumors, it was in a forum board and the actual poster was speculating about the PS3 copying features from other competitors.Dave, I'm posting it. Today. Right now.
Isn't the companies policy to not comment on rumor and speculation?
And Daves return:
|“|| Fine, be that way then Brian, all those things I warned you about are now in effect. I'm deeply sorry it had to come to this situation, but I had no choice and I really wish this could have turned out a different way.
P.S. We're taking back the PS3 we gave you last fall for reviewing our console titles too.
The Press conference next Tuesday will be at Atlanta, Georgia to announce Sony's 2nd Quarter plans and new games and features for the PS3. Hundred of media outlets (except for Kotaku) will arrive to cover it and criticize it for being boring and old news. Ken Kutaragi will not be making an appearance there, as he is currently in a psychiatric hospital in Japan where sources say he is being treated for an advanced case of hypocrisy.
- Brian D. Crecente "Rumor:Will the PS3 be getting all new features...from other consoles?". Kotaku, March 1, 2007