Sony PS3 Roadmap To Be Shared?

Posted: Mar 3 2007, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:10am CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony PS3 Roadmap to be Shared?
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Next week Sony might introduce something called Sony Playstation Home at the GDC 2007. Sony's Harrison also said in an interview that the PS3 will get DVD upscaling (already a topic last December). What else is coming for the Sony PS3? We do not know. Mr. Harrison says Sony should be more open about its plans for the PlayStation business.

Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President Phil Harrison made this statement in Newsweek's N'Gai Croal interview at D.I.C.E.
He would like to see Sony to be more open and connect with their users and share ideas and learn what consumers really want. Well this is a great idea. On the other hand we like surprises too. Just give us amazing products, features and games, only in case you lost your magic, we the consumers sure will help out a bit.
More details in the Newsweek's Interview. Via GamesDaily.

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