“Consider us your own personal psp hype machine, here to help you wage a holiday assault on ur parents, girl, granny, boss – whoever – so they know what you really want.”
From alliwantforxmasisapsp.com, Sony’s appalling (and now defunct) fake fansite purportedly written by two young PSP enthusiasts trying to persuade young Web browsers to buy a PSP. The site was exposed and Sony became embroiled in a public relations disaster.
“It’s probably too cheap.”
Ken Kutaragi, Sony Computer Entertainment president, commenting on the PS3 to Japanese website IT media
“If you can find a PS3 anywhere in North America that’s been on shelves for more than five minutes, I’ll give you 1,200 bucks for it.”
Sony US’ Jack Tretton makes a regrettable assertion in Electronic Games Monthly.
“The first five million are going to buy it [the PS3], whatever it is, even [if] it didn’t have games.”
Sony executive David Reeve, in an interview with Computer and Video Games
Quotes collated by PS3 blog pspsps.tv