Booth Check: Square-Enix

You'd expect to find Dragon Quest slimes and Final Fantasy drinks in Square-Enix's massive Tokyo Game Show booth. But would you have expected Modern Warfare 2?

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DISCUSSION

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Thanks to their fiasco demonstrating their hatred for their most hardened fans, I've decided not to support a single bit of whatever they own(including their manga line, Eidos and Taito).

Never Forgive, Never Forget:

[kotaku.com]