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Tuesday, 27 March 2007 07:57

PS3 breaks sales records in EU

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Despite muted launch

 

PlayStation 3 sales seams to be doing well after all. ChartTrack confirmed that 166,000 units of PS3 were sold over the first weekend in UK alone. The numbers make PS3 runer up for overall launch weekend sales stakes, the first one is still PSP with 185,000 units sold in its first weekend.

 

Direct competition to the new Sony console, Xbox360 claimed around 70,000 units sold during the first weekend of the December launch.

 

The number that shows over half a milion consoles sold ever since Playstation 3 was launch in EU proves that there is a market for Sony's new baby.

 

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