- Dec 20, 2019
I'd even venture his gaming background will probably help in the direction they need. He probably views this an opportunity and challenge to turn things around.It's possible Reggie adds more value to the brand.
I wondered about this when he gave his retirement announcement, he said Doug Bowser had a strong relationship with President Furukawa.Hmmm... they made it seem like it was some sort of retirement move when he left Nintendo, but if he's still willing to put in work at GameSpot of all places, maybe there's something more juicy in his Nintendo departure. New management didn't like him or the ideas just didn't match. Anyway we'll probably never know.
WHAT THE MUTHAHELL!?
Yup. That happens ALL THE TIME with companies on the brink. But I don't think Gamestop is that bad of shape. It's not like a dead Sears kind of store..... at least not yet.A lot of people in this thread are missing the big picture. Reggie is loved and no matter what happens to games top, he won't be blamed or held accountable.
If, in say, two years, Games top goes bust, Reggie will be paid a phat sack of cash, an apology and a golden parachute to sail to wherever he wants to.
Reggie knows this company is going South, that's why he wants in; to go off the rails on this gravy train.