After years of anticipation, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo this week showed plans for their next-generation video-game consoles, setting the stage for the competition to take place over the rest of the decade.
Robbie Bach, Microsoft senior vice president and chief Xbox officer, discussed that competition in an interview yesterday at the conclusion of the E3 video-game convention. Among other topics, he addressed the Xbox 360’s prospects for profitability and its chances against the successor to Sony’s dominant PlayStation 2.
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