Well, this should be interesting.
The head of PlayStation in the U.S., Jack Tretton, has stepped down, the company announced today. His last day will be on March 31.
When PlayStation's U.S. chief says Sony isn't rigging an artificial PS4 shortage, I give him the benefit of the doubt. When he says 12,000 PS4s sold out in half an hour on Amazon, that's not an incredible thing to say. When he says he has no PS4 yet, telling the company to sell it instead, nah. I'm not buying that
After giving Microsoft a purple nurple for the ages just about 24 hours ago—attacking the idea that game consoles should have online check-in requirements and used game restrictions—what the hell could Sony do for an encore? We have a few ideas.
Sony had a good day yesterday. They said basically everything every gamer and press member in the audience—and watching on livestreams—wanted to hear. (Everything except for good news on The Last Guardian, that is *sadface*.)
In an interview with Game Trailers’ Geoff Keighley, Sony CEO Jack Tretton shed more light on how used games will work on the PlayStation 4. It seems that, while the system’s first-party games will be free to trade in or share without restriction, third-party publishers can choose to behave otherwise.
On CNBC last night, Sony CEO Jack Tretton implied that games for the company's newly-announced PlayStation 4 won't retail for more than $60.
Thought it was odd that Sony didn't show off the PS4 at... a PS4 reveal? Well, you're not alone! It was odd. But it was also understandable, seeing as how, you know, Sony doesn't know what the final retail machine will look like, either.
Further solidifying the stance that we're not gonna hear anything about Sony's next console, Jack Tretton, the boss of Sony Computer Entertainment America, told IGN that we can rule out any PS4 reveal in 2012.
Moments ago, Sony Computer Entertainment's Jack Tretton took to the stage at Sony's E3 event. The first thing Sony wanted to say was sorry.
During an interview with Fortune Magazine, SCEA's charming CEO Jack Tretton discussed the company's business strategies...and then indulged in some nasty smack talk.
The launch of Sony's next PlayStation Portable, currently codenamed NGP, may not be a global affair this year, in part due to the massive Tōhoku earthquake and deadly tsunami that slammed Japan last month.
That, folks, is a 10-6 unsuited. In poker jargon, that hand is known as "garbage." But for Jack Tretton, the CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, they were the winning cards at a pro-am poker event earlier this week.
Sony's Next Generation Portable sounds like a portable gaming machine powerful enough to replace the Playstation 3 home console, but it's actually meant to augment the experience, Sony Entertainment of America president Jack Tretton says.
Sony's motion controller add-on for the PlayStation 3 has been out for a little more than a month in North America. How's the PlayStation Move doing, according to Sony? Oh, spectacularly, of course!
Starting today, select subscribers to Sony's premium PlayStation Plus service will have an opportunity to pay to preview Hulu Plus on the "first and only" console to feature the service in 2010.
The people behind the PlayStation have been proudly promoting their 3D wares throughout the year, but today at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California, Sony brought some of its biggest guns, as executives presented its new technology push.
What happens when Sony's hilarious mouthpiece Kevin Butler goes head to head against Sony Computer Entertainment America's CEO and President Jack Tretton in ModNation Racers? "Tell me more, grown-up child actor."