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Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all go after each other

The next generation console fight is going to break someone's feelings. All this trash talking about one another, someone isn't going to be able to back it up. In response to the Xbox outselling the PS2 lately, Ken Kutaragi of Sony said, " Beating us for a short moment is like accidentally winning a point from a Shihan [Karate master], and Microsoft is still not a black belt.". Zing! Striking back (sort of, not directly to that comment though) Cheif Xbox Officer Robbi Bach stated that the PlayStation 3's capabilities were equivalent to Xbox 360's saying, "We will become the market leader with our next-generation console.". He needs to add some flavor to that one is he expects to get anyone riled up. How about "We will become the market leader with our next-generation console...b!tches." Now that has some feeling, some getup and go. Not to be left out Nintendo President Iwata critizied the controll-your-living-room ambitions of Sony and Microsoft stating that focusing on higher specs would bloat development costs and that they're "...not about selling new kinds of TVs or taking control of the living room." Zing! Get your trash talking fill here.



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