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Capcom says it would “gracefully decline” a Microsoft buyout

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Since a number of confidential documents were accidentally leaked as part of the ongoing Microsoft and Activision-Blizzard merger, which is expected to be approved by the CMA, a number of company’s have presumably been asked in interviews what they would do they were approached by Microsoft for an acquisition to be part of Xbox Game Studios. Speaking to Bloomberg in a wide ranging interview, Capcom COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto, told the US-based news site that if they were approached by the Redmond-based company they would “gracefully decline.” and that he personally believes that Capcom “would be better if we were equal partners.”


7 thoughts on “Capcom says it would “gracefully decline” a Microsoft buyout”

  1. If the CMA believes that Microsoft will eternally release Activision-Blizzard games for Nintendo and Sony, they are very naive
    Their goal is to dominate, not to be charitable.
    The CEO of Capcom is smarter

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