Here's a fuller version of the Q&A with Sucker Punch's Chris Zimmerman than the abbreviated one in today's paper. Among other things, he talks about the PS3-Xbox rivalry covered in Sunday's story:
Q: Do you think Sony has to be bold because it's in last place among the current consoles?
A: You could make that argument but I wouldn't, because they've been consistent. They had excactly the same strategy with PlayStation1, where they had dominant marketshare, PlayStation2, same strategy, dominant marketshare. This time, it's been more of a scuffle, obviously. But it's the same strategy - whenever we get around to doing the next generation (of consoles), I think there's going to be that same corporate, organizational commitment to pushing the envelope - to doing games and giving you experiences that you've never seen before. I think it's great.