Long-term SCEA marketing big-wig, Peter Dille, has took a sharp stage-right exit from the company
Dille worked with SCEA from 1991 to 1999, and returned in 2006 after a brief spell in charge at THQ. Dille's most recent role within SCEA saw him control marketing and the PlayStation Network. The reason behind Dille's exit is unknown, but the exec seems to have parted on positive terms, with Sony..
Might struggle for stock over Christmas
When putting together your PlayStation move set-up you probably didn't encounter many issues getting a Starter Pack, console bundle or Navigation sub-controller, but you may have struggled to lay your hands on a standalone Move controller. Peter Dille, Sony's marketing senior vice president in the US, has said...
Hoping to redress the imbalance
You need only look at our PlayStation Move games list to see that the lion's share of support for the controller is coming from Sony itself, with no fewer than 26 games either released or officially announced. Sony's line-up accounts for nearly half of the currently-known Move titles, but that's not always going to be...
Peter Dille, SCEA's top marketing honcho, made a few comments regarding the Playstation Move this weekend that have been a little misconstrued
Speaking of motion control, Dille noted that the Wii has been supremely successful "but at the end of the day it's not a very precise experience". So far so, true? So what has got the Internet's panties in a bunch? Well Dille stated that..
SCEA's Peter Dille has told IGN that Sony are "actively thinking" about charging customers for the PSN, but are still considering the "best way to approach" it
Its been our philosophy not to charge for from launch up until now, but Kaz recently went on the record as saying thats something were looking at, said Dille. I can confirm...
SCEA's Peter Dille has claimed confidence that the Playstation 3 will overtake the XBOX 360 in unit-sales over the next 10 years
I dont think [360 will] be around in 10 years so Im very confident well pass them within that time frame, said the exec, speaking to IGN. I mean, weve got 31 million [units sold] worldwide right now theyve got 39 million [units sold]. I dont even..
GameTrailers have an exclusive interview with Sony's Peter Dille discussing their content, the PSP Go among other interesting topics
It's an interesting interview for anyone who cares; which is naturally all of you seeing as you're on this site. The second part of the interview is after the jump.