Sony Starts To Find Excuses For Possible Sony PS3 Delay

Posted: Feb 20 2006, 5:24am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:12pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony Starts to Find Excuses for Possible Sony PS3 Delay
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Sony made comments about a possible delay of the Sony PS3 if the industry does not finalize technology specifications reports Reuters.

Sony starts to find reasons why the Sony PS3 could be delayed, without them being responsible for it. This starts to become worrisome.
What Sony means here are the Blu-ray AACS delays. Last week the industry at least reached a interim license agreement.
In the same statement Sony still says that they aim at a Spring launch date of the PS3 in Japan. Launch dates for other regions are not defined yet says Sony. We reported about the Merill Lynch report yesterday that made already statements about potential issues around the release date and cost of the Sony Playstation 3. Shares of Sony fell today about 3.6% on the Tokyo stock market.

Mainstream media like the BBC picked up the story about a potential Sony PS3 delay increasing the pressure on Sony.

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