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 Aug 30, 2006 - 05:00 PM - by Michael
* The upcoming downfall of Sony?

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Playstation2/Sony
Wired looks at how the PS3 keeps stumbling, and how it could affect Sony:

Delays are nothing new in tech, but Sony seemed intent on making the worst of it. The crowd was kept waiting nearly an hour. Then Kaz Hirai, who heads PlayStation in North America, took the stage to declare, "The next generation doesn't start until we say it does!" He meant it as a dig at Microsoft, but to gamers who'd been salivating for a year, his words were like a bitch slap. The demos that followed were no more impressive than those the year before. Finally, PlayStation chief Ken Kutaragi came forward to make the one announcement everyone wanted to hear: the price. $600 for the high-end model? The room gasped, then fell silent. Almost immediately, the blogosphere lit up with denunciations: Sony has turned its back on gamers. The PS3 will be a failure. Kutaragi and Hirai are idiots.
Yeah, that's about right. They are idiots.

They've even managed to convince hardcore gamers that the PS3 won't be worth the price.
 

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