Phil Harrison has taken another opportunity to talk-up the PS3's technical capabilities, saying that no-one will ever be able to tap 100% of the capabilities of Sony's cell-powered PlayStation 3.
The comment comes from an interview with MTV.com, in which the Sony worldwide studios boss says that current Sony software is using "less than half" of the PS3's power, potentially meaning even larger and more beautiful giant crabs for the next instalment of Genji.
In the MTV chat Harrison also makes note of the challenges Sony faces with its handheld, saying that he wants to change the fact that "most people use their PSP at home." Harrison adds that "Nintendo should be congratulated," for attracting large amounts of new gamers to the market with the DS, adding the anticipated dig: "they are our customers of tomorrow."
Winding down the modest banter, Harrison offers good new for fans of bizarre PSP title Loco Roco, revealing that plans are in the pipeline for further blob-tilting series instalments. "We're continuing to evolve the franchise," he says. "We're going to bring LocoRoco back in a couple of new ways with some new friends in the future."
Could Loco Roco be headed for Sony's Xbox Live Arcade-style e-distribution service? We've got our fingers crossed.
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