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Tuesday, 06 March 2007 20:56

European Playstation 3 available at Saturn

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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You can play but can not buy

Saturn
, the big computer and technology retailer something like PC world in the UK or Bestbuy in America got its first European Playstation 3. We saw them in one of the big shops in Vienna Austria, just a few hours ago.

 

We didn't have any camera on us to picture this glory event and that you actually can not buy this machine, yet. This was a demonstration unit only and no one could answer when and how many units will be available. The stuff certainly doesn't have any idea about the quantity that Saturn will get for the launch.

 

The official European launch is still scheduled for 23rd of March 2007 and we will try to go back to take those pictures there, and to show you the Formula one racing game on Playstation 2 versus Playstation 3.

 

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