The folks at Sony Entertainment have made a boatload of official statements leading up to and after the release of PlayStation 3. Since then, we've seen Sony take action on occasion against their own words.
Reports and quotes say the current PSN online play will remain free and users will have the option of paying for a premium value-added service, but can we trust that will be the case? What about when PS4 comes out?
Looking back on the history and issues surrounding what's been said in the past from Sony execs about the PS3 controller designs, the system being the high-performance machine of the generation, shooting down the idea of rumble support in their controllers and gamerscore point rewards, and now to a possibility of a subscription based online service - What's in store for the future of PS3, a system which now brings the greatest value for its price tag as we enter 2010.