Yesterday, we posted about Kaz Hirai's statements, stating:
"The power that we've packed into PS3 will really manifest itself in software titles that come up four, five or six years down the line."And:
"If you look back at the commentary we received when we launched PS2, there was a lot of talk to the effect that 'It's very difficult to program for' and 'It's easier on a Dreamcast'. It's happened before," Hirai told OPM, acknowledging that PS3 is a more complex animal for developers to work with compared to its rivals. "If they came back and told me, 'PS3? We can do this in a heartbeat,' that would be worrying because what it is telling me is that we're not pushing the envelope from a technology standpoint."Well, Evil Avatar user Dr. Finger has something to say about that:
Now that's spin! So all of the stories that have come out lately about how hard the PS3 is to develop for - including inferior PS3 ports, massive delays and even cancellations - that's all good news. It shows just how powerful the hardware really is. Of course Kaz then goes on to drop this bit of wisdom on us. (first quote). So you'll finally be able to play games that really take advantage of the PS3's power....a few years after the PS4 launches. Wonderful!Woah, big words there, but very agreeable Dr. Finger. Sony needs to get it's act together.
[Via Evil Avatar]