With the PlayStation 3, we are keeping to our belief that we have the true next-generation console. It's all about the games. We all know that. It's about delivering compelling entertainment to the consumer once again. We are well on our way to showing that. We are in a very compelling position. I'm confident we will stay in the lead.Except that we all know it's not about the games, at least to Sony. It's about the success of Blu-Ray -- oh, and the PlayStation 3 too, while we're at it. If it were really about the games, we wouldn't be hearing grumbling about developers not having a mature development environment with only 3 or 4 months left before the first games need to be finished.
This is exactly why I'm going to stop reading these "game blogs" -- I'm sick of all the flaming and ass-kissing. Really, if you don't like it, don't buy it. Simple.
Huh? Where have I said I wasn't buying a PlayStation 3? I'm still making up my mind on that count.
Pointing out Sony's dishonesty isn't the same as flaming, no matter how much you want it to be.
If this is true, than I fear that November will see such a limited line-up of games - and there won't be many movies available either. Not a convincing Crimbo present...