Main Christmas Rushed Discussion

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MyFinalEdits
11:22:52 PM Jun 21st 2016
It fits, yes. Make sure to explain in detail the example to prevent violation of Weblinks Are Not Examples.
tlz444
10:54:52 AM Jun 22nd 2016
During EA's Investor Day briefing, EA Studios boss, Patrick Söderlund addressed the much-criticised omission:

"The one thing that we got criticized for was the lack of a single-player campaign", he said. "It was a conscious decision we made due to time and being able to launch the game side-by-side with the movie that came out to get the strongest possible impact."
MyFinalEdits
09:45:26 PM Jun 22nd 2016
You have to mention the game's name as well, obviously. Something like this:

  • The single-player mode in Star Wars: Battlefront was removed during development because of the theatrical release of The Force Awakens. During EA's Investor Day briefing, EA Studios boss (Patrick Söderlund) addressed this much-criticised omission:
    Patrick Söderlund: The one thing that we got criticized for was the lack of a single-player campaign. It was a conscious decision we made due to time and being able to launch the game side-by-side with the movie that came out to get the strongest possible impact.
ike755
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01:27:25 PM Apr 11th 2016
I noticed some real-life, non-media examples of this trope, such as Space Shuttle missions before the Challenger tragedy. NASA's top priorities were to be safe AND stay on schedule - and these priorities often came into conflict. Should these be added?
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