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Sony Exec Banned Twice On Nintendo’s Miiverse

Posted on Tuesday, April 15 @ 04:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida has been banned by Nintendo for his questionable use of Miiverse... not once, but twice.
 

"The first time was because I had my Twitter account in my profile, and that's against the rules," Yoshida said in a talk with Sony's Mark Cerny. "The second time is because I wrote, 'I love PS.' You're not supposed to promote a commercial product in Miiverse, so they correctly interpreted 'PS' as 'PlayStation.'"

Oh Shu, you may have an unassumingly cute baby face and kind eyes, but you're not pulling a fast one over on the Big N. I think Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata is on to you, and will not rest until Wii U sales catch up to PlayStation 4, which, unfortunately for Nintendo, will likely never happen.

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