Edge writes: "PlayStation 2 is still selling, PlayStation Portable is going from strength to strength, and PlayStation 3 has turned a corner, so the mood at Sony Computer Entertainment must be positive, especially following a period in which it faced successive PR headaches. We met with Kazuo Hirai, chairman and group CEO of the division, to catch up on the story to date.
Q: How are you? How's life at Sony right now?
A: Very good, I'm feeling very good. We've got a lot of PS3 titles out, like GT5 Prologue and MGS4, and you've seen [at E3] what we have lined up from just our first-party side for this holiday. The PS2 continues to just rock: nine years in and 130 million units later we're still in business. The PSP – what a resurgence; after we brought in the Slim and Lite version last year we just can't keep it in stock. We are firing on all eight cylinders – or all three platforms, if you prefer. We're feeling good."