Sony and the PS3 have taken their lumps
in the media recently, but leave it to Kaz Hirai to stand by the big black box even in the toughest times: Hirai recently told Official PlayStation Magazine
that in order to describe the 360, he needed a single word that meant "lacks longevity."
But even that semi-burn wasn't enough to appease the Hiraicane's appetite for destruction. He added, "Unless things go really bad, there's no way that at the end of a life cycle our competition is going to have a higher install base."
OK, so maybe he's not providing any actual justification for his claims, but it's still nice to see that Sony still has fight in them.