Sony speaks openly

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I have to say I am impressed with the new Sony we are seeing.

While they still have arrogant flashbacks they do seem to be a lot more humble and truthful with their failings, which just makes them easier to like.

Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony worldwide, has recently admitted that Sony have been struggling to get third party developers to dedicate more resources to the PS3 as it is more complicated and expensive to develop for.

Not that this admission actually tells us anything new but it is refreshing to hear.

I also thought it was impressive to hear that he also wished Blu-Ray had been out for a year or two before the PS3 so that they could have ironed out those issues as well.

I think this is the first time that someone at Sony hadn’t spoken about Blu-Ray as the second coming.

Sony has had a drastic change of attitude since around November last year and I think the effects are starting to be noticeable, in general there are less anti-Sony people around which will hopefully show all other large companies that the public demands to be treated with respect. 

Source: Gamerchip

Last Updated: June 24, 2008

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