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Former Konami Europe President Kunio Neo has joined Capcom Europe, GamesIndustry International reported. The news comes after David Reeves stepped down as COO of Capcom Europe in December. Neo was succeeded by Shinji Harano as president of Konami's European branch in February 2012. Since no officia...

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David Reeves will step down from his position as COO of Capcom Europe at the end of January 2013, MCV UK reported. He will resume the advisory role he held at Capcom prior to becoming COO of the company in March 2010. "Over the past three years I have been very fortunate to be able to manage Capcom...

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David Reeves, who "retired" from Sony Europe last year, will take up the Mega Buster at Capcom and charge up the publisher's European operations. Reeves states he had a "close working relationship" with Capcom during his 14 years with Sony. He will replace COO Mark Beaumont in the region, who passe...

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On his way out the door, Sony Europe President David Reeves believes the PS3 will be the market leader in three to five years. GI.biz's interview with the parting exec reveals his prognostication that the PS3's performance will be a "tortoise and hare situation," with the PS3 obviously representin...

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Outspoken SCEE president David Reeves told CAPTIVATE audiences (including Eurogamer) that the upcoming Monster Hunter Freedom Unite would "spearhead the PSP resurgence of 2009." Big words, but considering the success of the game in Japan, it's not unwarranted. To support Capcom's efforts in market...

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Shortly after he announced he was leaving his gig at SCEE, it was rumored that the outspoken David Reeves would move to a "senior position" at Scottish dev Realtime Worlds. Speaking to Develop magazine, Reeves has shot down those rumors, saying that he hadn't heard of the studio a week or so ago. N...

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It seems like Realtime Worlds' upcoming crime, cops and online drive-by MMO All Points Bulletin is attracting some rather high profile attention. Or at least, that's the rumor floating around right now. Whispers abound of recently dethroned President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Da...

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VG247 has heard whispers on the north winds that David Reeves will be taking a position at Scotland-based Realtime Worlds, which is currently developing APB. Reeves won't be taking just any position, but a "senior position." Well, if true, it's hard to imagine ex-Sony President and CEO Reeves worki...

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David Reeves (pictured) -- President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe -- will be stepping down and retiring, as of April 30 after 14 years at the company. Reeves will be succeeded by Andrew House, the current Chief Marketing Officer from May 1. House has been at Sony for 19 years, bounc...

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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's president, David Reeves, has spoken frankly in an interview with UK newspaper The Guardian regarding the current state of the industry and Sony's place within it. Commenting on Sony's third-quarter losses, Reeves says that "we simply have to suffer a little, go d...

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Unless you resort to more unconventional methods of console acquisition, the PlayStation 3 is going to run you a bit more than the 360 and Wii. It's always been that way -- and according to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe head David Reeves, it's going to remain that way for some time to come. H...

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Eurogamer recently sat down with David Reeves, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, to discuss his views on the PS3, PSP and where they both stand. With regards to exclusive games, Reeves toed the company line, stating that "you can't live on exclusivity forever; in the end, you've got t...

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Step 1: Release PlayStation 3. Step 2: ????? Step 3: Profit! David Reeves, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, believes that Sony is "on target" to figure out that elusive second step. "The most important thing for us as a company in the very short term is for us to start making mone...

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In an interview with Dutch economics program RTL Z, Sony Europe president David Reeves speaks about the economic crisis and how it relates to the video game industry in Europe. Reeves is quick to state that the industry is not recession proof, but that there is no visible slowdown. He postulates th...

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We hope you're content with the current PSP, scanlines and all. While most hardware makers have historically begun R&D on their next generation platforms just as – or even before – the current generation is hitting shelves, SCEE president, David Reeves, has said that Sony is not cu...

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SCEE president David Reeves has revealed that internal Sony numbers indicate the PlayStation 3 is "300,000 units ahead of Xbox 360" in the PAL territories. This is in response to Microsoft claims that the 360 is outselling the PS3 in Europe. Note that both statements can be true: the 360 could be ...

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When we spoke with SCEA president Jack Tretton during E3 about Final Fantasy XIII going multiplatform in the US, he was quite frank about the impact the game's PS3 exclusivity in Japan would (or wouldn't) have for the company. "Seeing as there isn't that big of a [PS3] installed base in Japan, I...

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