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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 583d ago | interview

Interview: Sony's Fergal Gara on PS4's final push

CVG:There's a mantra going around PlayStation's UK business right now: don't over-promise and under-deliver. (Fergal Gara, PS4)

gaelic_laoch  +   583d ago
The PS4 is ready to occupy the majority of peoples lives for the next 6 years plus!

I'm ready!!!!!
xHeavYx  +   583d ago
Am I the only one who thought about Sony Pushing the competition off a cliff with that last push? lol
Can't wait to get my hands on the PS4
gaelic_laoch  +   583d ago
I really believe SONY learnt a harsh lesson with the PS3 and this time they will NOT let up off the throttle until they crush the opposition this upcoming Gen!

Once you lose momentum in this business its game over!
RytGear  +   583d ago
I just love how sincere all the main SONY reps are. Great to see in business
WeAreLegion  +   583d ago
Is Fergal Gara a real name? It sounds like a Magic: The Gathering card.

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