What Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft really meant to say

Australia's Screen Play cuts the crap and hypothetically dishes up what Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft marketing would really say if products didn't need glamorization, and PR fluff didn't exist. Here's a snippet from the refreshingly honest yet bogus interview, if that's even possible:

What is the future of interactive entertainment?

  • Nintendo: Lots of Mario and Zelda games, obviously, and lots of waving your arms about, just as long as our engineers can come up with a stronger wrist strap. All these lawsuits from people with smashed TVs are going to cost us a fortune. Lucky we don't support those fancy high-def tellies...
  • Sony: Whatever we say it will be. The future doesn't start until we say it does.
  • Microsoft: Halo 3. And 4. And 5's going to be a real killer. It might even have a proper ending. Just don't talk about the movie, OK? The guy who wears our Master Chief suit is really shattered that he has to go back to in-store appearances at EB and Walmart instead of being directed by Peter Jackson.
We laugh because it's funny, and yet we laugh because it's true.

[Thanks JB Cougar]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.