Gamesradar’s Leon Hurley writes: “PS3 production is ending in Japan as we speak, and likely the rest of the world soon after. Sure, it had some problems over the years, costing way too much at launch, while the Cell chip caused trouble as developers got to grips with it.
I think you’ll all agree it evened out in the end eventually. However, what did Sony think of their then new baby in the months leading up to launch? Let’s delve back into a 2006 Official PlayStation Magazine interview with then head of Worldwide Studios, Phil Harrison, to find out.”
[Source: gamesradar.com ]