While Sony appeared to have stumbled shortly after the launch of the PS3, the tail end of 2007 was an incredibly strong closer for the company. Part of this was due to the drop in price for the system to $399, which buoyed sales. Powered by acclaimed titles such as Uncharted: Drake's Fortune and Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction, Sony had an extremely strong holiday season. The PSP also enjoyed brisk sales as well, thanks to its redesign and bundle packs, while the PS2 still sold well in its old age. All of that bodes well for the company as it looks forward to 2008. At GDC, IGN sat down with Scott Steinberg to see what the company's plans were in 2008 and the future.