Yes you heard it right, he may have been part of the sucess of the Playstation, but this time it\'s a different ball game. Microsoft is in the console war, Sony now has 350 developers they have to attend to now, since everyone of them will be developing in the US and Japan. Maybe Sony realizes he cannot lead the PS2 to the number one position if he is in charge. But I could be wrong though, Sony may consider the decision and wait for atleast 1 year after the X-Box launch to see what position they are in. If Ken can reach the 10 million units by March 2001, all of the Sony higher ups will be backing him up. Some do blame him for the shortage issue, because they could have planned, and started production a little bit earlier than what he did. He started March this year instead of doing it a little bit earlier, lets say December 1999. But I believe Sony will wait and see can he deliver his promise of 10 million units.
But I would not bet on him leaving just yet, because I believe he can lead PS2 to number one.
Until more info is released I will not believe the Reverend or the person who brought this rumor upon us until it\'s on IGN, ZDNet Videogames, or Gamespot TV
[Edited by Playstation2_Rulz on 12-18-2000 at 05:53 PM]