PlayStation creator Ken Kutaragi working on “totally cool” project

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 1 December 2011 22:11 GMT

In the latest issue of Bloomberg, as reported by Gamersthirst, Ken Kutaragi is quoted as saying his latest project is “totally cool”. The Sony Computer Entertainment President and engineer was an integral part of every PlayStation console’s development, but retired to the role of honorary chairman in 2007 before stepping down to senior technology advisor this year. The engineer refused to be drawn on details of the new project, and suggested other members of Sony’s old guard might have something to tell.

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