Will March 15th Mark An Important Day For Sony PS3 Fans?

Posted: Mar 14 2006, 1:02pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:19pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Will March 15th Mark an Important Day for Sony PS3 Fans?
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Sony confirmed a business briefing in Japan for tomorrow March 15th to announce something about the PS3.

Update:
Sony PS3 delayed until November 2006

The Sony meeting starts at 3pm Tokyo Time, that is 9 hours from now. It is not clear what Sony will say about their Sony Playstation 3 plans. Some more details can be found in this Reuters report.

I do not think the news will be big enough for me to get up in the middle of the night. So I will see what the story is tomorrow while sipping my morning coffee. Somehow I wish I would spill coffee all over my keyboard reading it, but I am the realistic type - it will not happen. To pass the time you can read this nice bit on 1UP titled The Most Dangerous Game. It tackles the question if Sony's hype and mystery about the PS3 is a good or bad thing.

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