Europe Did Not Go Nuts Over Sony PS3

Posted: Mar 23 2007, 7:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:19am CDT, in News | Gaming


Europe did not go Nuts over Sony PS3
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No riots and not even shoving took place yesterday night when the Sony PS3 launched in Europe.
The demand from early adopters seems on the low side. Tomorrow Saturday will tell if Sony has a problem in Europe or not.
The UK customers had the best launch, because the got 100 free 46 inch HDTVs
In Germany the only some got a free PS3, after trashing their Xbox 360.

The Age reports that at the Australian Sony PS3 events journalists outnumbered actual buyers.
I might check out an electronics store tomorrow on Saturday in Germany to see if PS3 consoles is still standing around and catching dust. Our Japanese import PS3 is still in the box, after it is back from our Sony PS3 Model Shoot. I am just too damn busy to play Motor Storm.

See also Sony PS3 launch summery of German Heise and BBC News.

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