Shuhei-Yoshida

Earlier today, IGN Editor Scott Lowe leaked a story that said Sony was originally going to include a camera with the PlayStation 4 system. At the last minute, Sony removed the camera to make the system more affordable and in doing that the PS4 would gain the price advantage. Lowe suggested that this was done as a cover up and only claimed that sources confirmed the story.

In response to this article Shuhei Yoshida came forward on Twitter to refute the story. He said:

[gn_quote style=”1″]@notaxation @ScottLowe only he got wrong about no game demo had camera support, Driveclub, Playroom. Do some research, Scott.[/gn_quote]

In the Tweet he calls out Scott and denies the story has any truth to it. Lowe has since updated the article to reflect his finding at E3 where there were no camera enabled games at the show.

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  • Christopher Griego

    “In response to this article Shuhei Yoshida came forward on Twitter to refute the story. He said:

    There was a problem connecting to Twitter.”

    Please fix this! This article is practically useless, like this..

    • Joe Marchese

      My apologies, for some reason our twitter plugin stopped working. I fixed it now, I appreciate the heads up.