Climax's Claire Blackshaw also talks about developing from the ground up for the console.
Shuhei Yoshida also talks about knowledge sharing among VR tech creators.
Software product dev head Scott Rohde won't say on which platform though.
DriveClub may not be coming out any time soon.
Support for PS3 also to continue with gradual transition to PS4, according to Sony Japan president.
SCE Worldwide Studios president states the obvious.
Shuhei Yoshida states the lack of robust Internet around the world as a primary reason.
Shuhei Yoshida also says that players will be able to start and quit whenever they like.
Sharing everything? Hold up right there a minute.
Shuhei Yoshida says the new controller won't need a camera to function.