PS3 games more fun than Wii’s, says Stringer

Sony Corp. Chairman Sir Howard Stringer has gone on record to state that he feels PlayStation 3 software is “infinitely more fun” than titles available on Nintendo’s Wii console.

Speaking during an interview with UK tabloid The Guardian, Stringer insisted he is "much more confident" regarding the success of the company’s next-generation console, which for the first time outsold the Wii in Japan last month.

Focusing specifically on the Wii, which is currently leading the next-generation console race around the globe, Stringer insisted "PlayStation 3 will come into its own because its [high-end games] are infinitely more fun, demanding and exciting" than those available on Nintendo’s machine.

Finally, and perhaps unsurprisingly, he revealed that he was “happy the Wii seems to be running a bit short of hardware,” referring to the ongoing supply shortages that have been plaguing the machine since its inception in late 2006.

Source: CVG