EA optimistic over PS3's future
Despite the PlayStation 3 having endured very mixed fortunes since launch, EA are maintaining a positive outlook on Sony's next-generation console, producer Glen Schofield hoping for a brighter tomorrow.
Chatting with GI.biz, Schofield said he believes Sony must cut the price of their console, if they are to get the system's sales back on course - and offer stiffer competition to the Xbox 360 and Wii.
"I'm really not sure what’s going on with Sony," he admitted. "They've been such a great, great partner and PlayStation 2 being such a great machine that, god, I hope they get out of this and they figure it out and they're around for a long time."
"You know, I can't tell them what to do. I don't know their finances."
What price a PS3 price cut, Sony?
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