The response to the PS3 at E3 this year was a little less enthusiastic than Sony had hoped, according to Sony Worldwide Studios President Phil Harrison. In an interview with UK magazine Edge - reprinted in part by GamesRadar's sister site Next-Gen - SCE's head honcho says the company is nevertheless optimistic about its next-gen hardware, and goes on to dish about the possibilities opened up by the new, motion-sensitive controller.
Curious about why Harrison's so effusive? To read more about his take on motion-sensitivity and why he thinks Sony's two-price-point approach differs from that of the Xbox 360, click here for the interview.
June 20, 2006