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 May 15, 2006 - 05:21 PM - by Michael
* Sony's self-destruct?

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Playstation2/Sony
According to CoolTechZone, Sony are heading for a Sega-style self-destruct.

PS3 is doomed, thanks to Sony?s ignorant attitude. None of us had the chance to seriously evaluate PS3 and the experience it has to offer. It?s impossible without a series of titles and an official product at hand, but from where we stand, Sony?s damaging attitude is all it takes to diminish the value of PS3. Kutaragi may be right in defending PS3; after all, he can?t criticize his own product, but instead of exciting users with valuable features and winning them over so they can start "saving," Kutaragi makes bearish statements in response to Nintendo?s announcement and Microsoft?s take on Sony.
It's an interesting analysis of the state of Sony's ego, surely.
 

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