PSP World Writes:
"The ten-year plan is to Jack Tretton what tear gas is to the Iranian Government, or what heterosexual marriage is to Sarah Palin. In other words, it's an ideology, an organizing principle. The president of Sony Computer Entertainment has faced many challenges to his bold strategy, with some of the harshest criticisms coming just this past week. First, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick came out publicly and stated that his company would stop making games for the Playstation 3 if Sony did not cut prices and sell more hardware. Then, in slightly more polite (and characteristically Japanese) terms, Koei president Kenji Matsubara asked if Sony would "please lower the price" of the PS3. It's almost like Tretton came home from a night of debauchery to find himself in the middle of an intervention."