Have you noticed that?

You’ve probably seen what I like to call LittleBigPresentation at Sony conference E3 2008. Have you noticed anything missing or you were like me, having fun by just watching sackboy presenting Sony business chart reports?

If you watch the video again, at around 3:20, you hear:

Since 1995 Playstation has generated more than 50 Billion Dollars at retail Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America (SCEA) said but the picture doesn’t match! Apparently there is something missing in the LittleBigPresentation and for some reason our little sackboy is kinda stressed out!

In case you’ve missed it, here is the screenshot taken at 3:30:

Sackboy is running to catch-up to the rest of presentation but where is the number $50 billion?!

It was awesome, but the funny thing was - if you go back and watch the shaky-cam footage on YouTube, there’s this bit where we were meant to reveal this big number, like USD 50 billion of PlayStation revenue or something, and there was this big brick wall in front of it that was meant to be blown away… but because the game had been sitting there for two hours, or whatever, the explosives had rolled down a hill and detonated in a later section of the level.

So when I got to that bit, not only had the USD 50 billion been blown away - so that was a bit of an anti-climax, although nobody noticed apart from me - I was absolutely white with fear, because I knew a bunch of bombs had just rolled down to the next bit of the demo, which was all of the game titles popping up.

Alex Evans said in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz Read the whole story at GI.biz

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