Team Ninja Boss: “PlayStation 3 is the most powerful system out there”

We all know that former head of Team Ninja, Tomonobu Itagaki, highly preferred the Xbox 360 over the PlayStation 3. However, Itagaki has left Team Ninja, and the new head, Hitoshi Hasegawa, says the PlayStation 3 is the most powerful of any console out there.

“For the PlayStation 3, we do not believe that we’ve seen the fullest of its potential from any standpoint: from a developer standpoint, and also a consumer standpoint – and just in products in general.” said Hasegawa.

“The developers have been releasing products, but there is a bigger potential. There is greater potential, and we see that possibility the most in the PlayStation 3. It’s going to be up to us developers and Sony to make sure that that does happen.”

“For any developer that’s been working on all of the platforms that are available today, I think they would agree that the PlayStation 3 is the most powerful system out there,” claimed Hasegawa.

So could we be seeing the next Ninja Gaiden or Dead or Alive on the PlayStation 3?

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