Justin D. of Neocrisis writes: "I think that's a fair question to ask.
In case you don't know what I'm talking about, back in the middle of the year, a few months before Sony announced the PS3 price cut, Bobby Kotick mentioned that Activision might have to cut support for all Sony consoles if Sony didn't cut the PS3 price (that included the PSP, which we still don't know the reason why Kotick thought the PSP had anything to do with that situation, though we could take a wild guess: he wants a million and ONE dollars instead of just a million). This was while Kotick was charging an arm and a leg for rehashes of the Guitar/Drum/Band/DJ/Whatever Hero franchises they came out with and saying that he would charge MORE for MW2 if he could. This left a sour taste in the mouths of PS3 gamers, and may have led to the dismal sales of that system's version of Prototype.
I don't think that, so far, the PS3 public isn't too concerned about the comments that Kotick made to the London Times (if the current sales of the PS3 version of the game are to be believed), but I would love to know if anyone is boycotting Modern Warfare 2 because of those comments."