Let me guess, you didn’t do math in school. :)
It’s not 3:1.
It’s an example.
But why would you pick it up and run with it then?
You’re reading it wrong. It’s not profit in terms on numbers. Its profit based on the investment – ROI in other words.
If you have 100$ and invest 50$ of them to get 200$ return, it’s a good business.
If you have 100$ and invest 75$ of them to get 225$ return, it’s good business, but not as good as the above.
I’d say you should forward your post to SE. They will probably be stunned and surprised, that their financial guys didn’t do the calculations to the depths that you did.
Hi Archaotic. You still haven’t answered a few of the questions in the Microsoft ads article. If you have a few minutes, you should pop in and say hello.
It’s hard, if not impossible, to take you seriously, when you use “3/4” as a nickname for the XB1.
Polygon usually have a great (better than most other sites) community. Don’t start pulling it down the gutter, please.
You didn’t answer the question. What has Microsoft destroyed? Also, I’m willing to bet that texazzpete is just as curious as me, when it comes to HOW Microsoft “single-handedly destroyed pretty much everything you like about gaming.”
Because it’s not true. I don’t get why you insist on making things up. Lets take a quote from playstation.com:
SCEA serves as headquarters for all North American operations and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America Inc.
I wouldn’t call it a lie. Obviously they believed that the Kinect would really take off, otherwise they wouldn’t have made an obligatory thing.
I’d much rather have a company that actually listens to consumer-feedback and changes their stance, than someone who doesn’t care.
It sucks for you, no doubt about it, and personally I’m dissappointed as well, but I can absolutely understand Microsofts reasoning behind the decision.
Well, if Archaotic only ever liked the Banjo Kazooie series and was anxiously waiting for a new game, that might explain it, since MS currently owns the IP for that.. besides that, I have trouble seeing what it could be.
From my POV gaming on both PCs and consoles seems to be thriving more than it has in a long time.
According to Sony themselves, SCEA belongs to Sony USA.
Considering that you’ve already once has been caught lying in this thread, I’ll take Sonys word over yours.
This is not true. Stop spreading lies.
Then please provide a source.
Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.
Seriously though, why would anyone make up stuff like that?