Sony bossman Shuhei Yoshida sounds enthusiastic and confident on the future of Sony's flagship game console, and then tiptoes around an obvious question.
The gaming industry is constantly full of rumors. More so in April where you have the gullible falling for all the crazy April Fools pranks that pop up.
The question whether video games are art has been bothering gamers, journalists and critics alike for a long while. Proponents might say that art is subjective, that anything capable of eliciting a deep emotional response could be considered art. Then, perhaps, there is no greater argument for calling video games art…