Dear Mr. Robinson,
I, your very pixelated yet oddly cute secretary who you may or may not have banged yet, have compiled a detailed report and analysis as to how well your Videogames Development Company– DigitalX Media, has performed over the past
160 minutes twenty years:
Capital: $216,121.2k (upon close of year 20)
Highest Selling Title: Samurai Online 2 – 20,007,093
Highest Rating: ShinobiX3 (37 points) & Medieval Wars 2 (37 points)
Best Design: Lost Count, Consistently won over the last five years at least
Best Music: Lost Count, Consistently won over the last five years at least
Worst Game: Never
Runner Up: Lost Count, Consistently won over the last five years at least
Grand Prize: Once – Year 20 – Medieval Wars 3
Console: The Xplayer – 32-bit Chip, DVD-Rom Drive – sold 9230K units and currently holds 10% of the market share.
Total Staff Salary: $2,6557.9K per annum
Staff: Two Directors, a Producer, a Designer, a Writer, a Sound Engineer, a Hacker and a Hardware Engineer
May I just be the first to congratulate you sir on getting through your first
160 minutes twenty years of business. DigitalX Media has flourished over your wise and oddly precognisant reign. It’s almost as if you knew certain things were going to happen before they happened. Perhaps you owned a videogames company in another life or something. To think, it all started with that PC game that I can’t even remember the name of anymore, because clearly the PC no longer matters as a platform and we should just keep churning out random console games to get sales.
Also, congratulations on winning the Grand Prize award before your best friend from back home, may your bragging be as epic as your game making skills.
Now, since you’re inexplicably closing down your business for reasons that defy logic and even sanity, I best go find another
malible wise business owner whom I can tell what to do assist.