Sony PS3 Bundling The German Way

Posted: Feb 2 2007, 10:25am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:54am CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony PS3 Bundling the German Way
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When the Sony PS3 launched in the United States only bundles have been made available online. The bundles included tons of games to drive up the price to around $1,000. Amazon in Germany offers now the Sony PS3 with a twist.

You can pre-order the 60GB Sony PS3 for 599 Euro. Everything looks great so far. When you continue to read it says that you need to also order a Sony PSP with Ridge Racer Platinum to be amongst the first shipment of the Sony PS3. What a nice idea to move some slow selling PSPs along with the PS3.
Amazon apparently came up with the deal together with Sony Entertainment.
The Sony PS3 will launch in Europe on March 23rd. See the Sony PS3 page on Right now there is no information available if other European countries will get a similar offer from Amazon. Amazon UK is still not opened pre-order on the Sony PS3. Via Heise (German).

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