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Friday, 23 March 2007 12:08

Playstation 3 finally out

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Starts selling today in Euroland


The day has finally come for all of you Europe based Playstation 3 fans. The crippled version of European Playstation 3 went on sale some eleven hours ago.


We expect huge shortages as there will be too many consumers who will want to buy one. I expect that many of you already pre ordered your machine.


Playstation 3 games looks good and we saw a Formula 1 game that looks really great, but not anything better we say on XboX 360. We already reported at Sony wants to give a Blu-ray movie with first 500.000 copies of the console.


Email me here if you got one and send me your picture, and please try a Playstation 2 game for us and let us know how does it works.

Last modified on Friday, 23 March 2007 12:44
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