SCEA rebuts Peter Moore's PS3 "disaster" jab

At the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show, senior Xbox executives Peter Moore and Chris Satchelle slammed Sony's PlayStation 3 online efforts, calling the new network service a "disaster" and implying the company lacks the talent or "DNA" to launch a successful online service.

But today, SCEA's senior director of corporate communications, Dave Karraker, fired back at Moore's comments. "I would argue that consumers worldwide, to the tune of over 200 million PlayStations, PS2s, PSPs and PS3s, have decided whether or not Sony has the DNA to deliver hardware, software and services to suit this industry," Karraker told GamePro.

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Juevani5235d ago

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THAMMER15234d ago

The best thng Sony can do is stay positive. Things could turn in thier favor. I think It will take 2 - 3 to to realy know. Peter More is just playing it for how it looks now.

gnothe15234d ago

why doe every time it comes up about xbox being better or selling better they always bring up the P2!! were talking about direct competition, last gen vs last gen, next gen vs next gen, an hand held v hand helds. come on sony people stop bringing up the past!!

the_bebop5234d ago

That is because people like to remined everyone of the fact that they were able to do something and make sure that no one forget it.

Syko5234d ago

Every time they talk about PS3, they bring up how many PS2's they sold..Pathetic. Try selln' your CURRENT GEN console!

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