Thursday, March 01, 2007
Sony Blackballs Kotaku and Refines Reality Distortion


So, reading through this situation, what would you do if you were on one side of the issue and then on the other side of the issue: Sony Blackballs Kotaku - Kotaku.

Off-hand, I think Sony needs some leadership slaps up and down and all around. You give, you take. This comes on the heals of another Sony story: Sony War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength, and PS3s are Selling Quite Well -.

I work for a competitor of Sony's, so I'm somewhat biased on the outcome here. But I'm fascinated by the stumblings accumulating around the PS3. And it's not over yet, so you can't write a story. Where's it leading? Can Sony turn it around? What would they do to get back on course? Something pretty damn radical at this point, I believe, like giving up on the PS3, PSP, and Blu-Ray and aligning themselves with Microsoft / Nintendo while rebuilding the PS line.

Meanwhile, Nintendo Wii-histles past the graveyard and to the bank.

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