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Submitted by Faztkiller 1679d ago | interview

Sony's Ray Maguire Eurogamer Interview

Eurogamer: "Sony Computer Entertainment Europe senior vice president Ray Maguire opened the Edinburgh Interactive Festival yesterday with a presentation on 3D gaming. His message: This time it's not a fad. It's for real.

But with his clear enthusiasm and optimism for what Sony believes drastically improves the gaming experience came caution. Maguire admitted €100 shutter glasses present a “cost issue”, revealed that five per cent of people can't see 3D (but there are “no health issues”) and predicted that 3D “won't be an overnight success”. Food for thought.

Here, in an interview with Eurogamer conducted minutes after the end of his presentation, Maguire goes deep not only on 3D but PlayStation Move, PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Network and, of course, the PlayStation 3 itself." (Playstation Move, PS3, PSP, Tag Invalid)

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