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Former CEO Admits Something We All Knew About The PlayStation 3

Jack Tretton may no longer be heading up Team Sony, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a lot of interesting insight to offer about the previous generation of consoles, games, trends and more. In a recent interview, he painted a surprisingly stark picture of the PlayStation 3, a console that...
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