During gamescom, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg provided a keynote speech where he discussed, among other things, what he called “mudslinging” from the EA camp over Modern Warfare 3. We posted the story on Wednesday, but now you can watch the entire gamescom opening ceremony along with Hirshberg’s speech here. His part starts at around the 17:55 mark and goes to 39:40, which hits at just under 20 minutes. There is also a PDF of his speech through here, courtesy of OneofSwords.
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Gamescom Opening Ceremonies