The lights are on
At the 2014 Game Developers Conference Awards ceremony last week in San Francisco, Ken Kutaragi received acknowledgement for his lifetime of contributions to the video game industry. The man known as the “Father of PlayStation” came from humble beginnings on the mean streets, though. At least, that’s what Mega64 would have you believe.
This dramatization of Kutaragi’s quest to bring the PlayStation to market might not be grounded in reality, but it doesn’t matter. This grainy VHS footage of the handsomest man in gaming speaks for itself, even if it doesn’t speak “the truth.”
Enjoy "Kutaragi’s Way," and congratulations on your award, Mr. Kutaragi. For what it's worth, we would play a game based on this short film.
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