That Sony PS3 Games Sell For $59.99 Is Known Since February

Posted: Sep 27 2006, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:00am CDT, in News | Gaming

That Sony PS3 Games sell for $59.99 is Known since February
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We reported about Gamestop listing Sony PS3 games already in February 2006. Many games already had a price-tag on them back then. Most the listed PS3 games showed a price of $59.99.

News spread the last couple of days that SonyStyle listed some PS3 games with $59.99 price-tag - big deal. Gamestop lists several more PS3 games than SonyStyle does. Sure lots of people got nervous after reports appeared that Sony PS3 games could cost up to $100 in Japan.
Sony did not announce official PS3 game pricing yet.

Some of the PS3 Games on Gamestop already ship November 1st. To see the list you need to search for PS3 on Gamestop. For some reason Gamestop is not fully promoting and linking to the Sony PS3 games, but you can pre-order them. Of course to receive games early November does not do you much good, unless you have secret access to the Best Buy distribution centers. The Sony PS3 launches on November 17th in the US.
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