Gamasutra: When PlayStation marketing boss Peter Dille said in March this year that he left Sony Computer Entertainment America, his immediate plans weren't to jump to the next gig. Instead, he took some time off with his family, traveled Europe a bit and put the video game industry on the backburner.
Asked if his move from the console to the mobile space was a sign that he's lost confidence in the viability and agility of the primarily disc-based console business, he replied, "No, not at all. I left Sony on very good terms, and I'm still friends with an awful lot of people there. I left the company in a very good position, their business is going great, and I think they'll continue to do great. It really was more of a personal decision to want to do something else that I haven't done."