But you know how it could have been better? If we didn't know about half of it already. Having had time to digest a good portion of Sony's E3 conference, the announcements had much less of an effect. And that's made SCEA boss Jack Tretton a bit annoyed.
"People don't respect confidentiality in this industry," Tretton told CNBC. "It's tough enough to keep a secret within your own company, much less when you speak to third parties."
"This is an industry that has trouble focusing on today," he continues. "We want to constantly talk about tomorrow. You have to prepare for people to know things in advance. The frustrating thing is they only know a part of the story and that opens up a lot of conjecture and misinformation that ultimately waters down the reality when you roll it out."</blockquote>
They are fair words from Jack but we have to say, everyone's in the same boat. Hopefully Sony can keep a better secret next year... for E3 bragging sake at the very least.