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Sunday, 06 September 2009 22:38

PS3 sales double following PS3 Slim launch

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Get them while they're slim and young

Sony's
recently launched semi-skimmed low-carb Playstation 3 seems to be doing quite nicely, as Playstation 3 sales in the US have doubled since it was introduced.

According to VGN's weekly analysis of console sales, Playstation sales have gone up 104 percent in a week's time. Personality goes a long way, but in the end, slim, good looking and young stuff is still better.

PSP sales are also up by 81 percent, further proving our point. Redmond's 360 is also doing well, jumping 32 percent and outshipping Nintendo's Wii by a slight margin.

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