Howard Stringer looks into "refining" the cost of PS3
Stringer is pretty certain he will have an answer for the public by Christmas, but took the liberty to compare sales with their most current console to the beginning years of the PlayStation Originale and the PlayStation Deux. We're making up names. Stringer reassured the Sony loyalists that sales are indeed slow, but mimic the previous consoles' trends.
He also gave his two cents about the Wii. Take this as you will, Nintendo crowd: "I would be the first to say to you that Nintendo Wii has been a successful enterprise and a very good business model compared to ours... Because it's cheaper." Adding later that, when asked if the system is more fun or creative than the competition, "No, no. Fun is in the eye of the experiencer..." All in all, we'll have news of a price cut soon and we'll find out if the "cheaper" factor really is a major player in this war of consoles.