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Wednesday, 02 May 2007 11:45

Kutaragi planned PS4 through PS6

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The "Father of the PlayStation" Ken Kutaragi has told EETimes that he had done a lot of work on future versions of the PS4 through to the PS6.

However Kutaragi who retired as Sony Computer Entertainment chairman and CEO last week said he didn't expect the company to follow his grand vision after he left.

His vision involved consoles that merged into a network. He had provided Sony with his ideas for cost reduction methods and design models for the next two years, he said.

Although Kutaragi says he will remain on good terms with his current employer, but that he expects his future efforts to have little to do with the company.

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