Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has refused to confirm or deny rumours concerning announcements the company plans to make at next month's Leipzig Games Convention.
It's hard for me to see them announce Video-on-demand at leipzig.. It's more of a TGS thing. And didn't Jack just say that they're still not done with the final functions/look of the service?
were just gonna have to wait, does anyone know if g4 will be showing this live, or any websites with any vid online or something like that
sony NEVER comments on rumor's.
anyways....why would sony let its big plans out of the bag earlier.....( beware copycats )
sony is facing the fiercest competition ever and is now using all its resources and knowledge to prove themselves AGAIN. i expect more price drops and amazing features in the future.
we can all thank microsoft for pushing sony to bring out the big dogs...TGS could be better then E3
Yea businesses need to look out for copycats.
Motion sensing anyone?
Sony does just as much of it as the rest of them.
hahahaha nobiz you're funny
They wouldnt and they wont... it's not on any company's best interest to contribute on rumors and hype... it something would to go wrong or announcements dont meet people's expectations (which usually are beyong reality) people would be disapointed and they would blame Sony... Sucks as a gamer cause we all want to know... but they are doing the right thing...
totally agree...But they do need a Price cut especially in the UK £425($850) is still too much and i know a lot of people would want a ps3...they should have like a heart warming ad about how your ps2 is being replaced by the ps3 and show graphic improvement and promote the long game cycle...but ofcourse it won't happen...sigh...
No company is going to comment on rumors unless it's in their best interest to do so (i.e. create hype and attention).
NO COMMENT!!!?? How could they? :P
why would sony comment on anything? they are right where they want to be, ready to pounce and kill the competition.
Is this even news?
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