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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - David A. Reeves
"It was never our intention to offend anyone in the making of this game, and we would like to apologize unreservedly to them for causing that offense, and to all parts of the wider community who we might also have offended," Sony Computer Entertainment Europe President David A. Reeves said in the apology.
Mr. Reeves promised that the cathedral would not be used in future Sony video games.