Originally Answered: Doing undergraduate work at UC Davis?
video game development = software development = strong programming skills. This will require math. The MBA also requires quite a bit of math. It makes sense that video and software development companies are those that understand the technical side AND the management/business side of the company.
The MBA will require a large number of mathematically-based classes - econ, finance, of course stats. Not only that, you will be going up against engineers, mathematicians, etc. who have (or will) climb to the technical top based on their math skills, and want to hone their business skills.
So the point of all this is, you will not succeed, or you will at best be marginal, without strong math skills. That's just the way it is - it's a damn shame that kids entering college who don't like math do everything the can to avoid it, when the reality is that math is everything. No one will trust you with budgets and schedules if you cannot to fairly complex analysis fast. You cannot do project management without a fundamental understanding of finance, and that requires real math.
So whatever your undergrad major is in - business or otherwise - you should plan on taking a minimum of single variable calculus, and it would be far better to take 2 full years, up to multivariable calculus and linear algebra. The development of your math skills alone will make you a far more successful MBA, which appears to be your real goal.