http://www.gamespot.com/news/2005/07/25/news_6129707.html Now, the Godfather was TRASHED by Coppola: http://www.gamepro.com/gamepro/domestic/games/news/44349.shtml Which is understood why it was pushed back. With that, the stock dropped. Then went back up when more games were announced. Is this a sign that game makers and publishers will focus on stock market performance and NOT game quality performance? Video games going "main stream" will now have to meet different levels of success, based on things that have NOTHING to do with the game itself. I think this is a sign of more glut and awful games to come. WHAT SAY YOU!?!