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 Oct 27, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* PS3: The Saga Continues

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Playstation2/Sony
More good/bad news for Sony fans today - First off, there are major questions on how backwards compatible the PS3 will be.

However, it was Sakamoto's comments regarding the PS3 that made the most headlines. When responding to questions about whether or not the SCPH-75000's backwards-compatibility issues heralded similar problems with Sony's next-gen console, she demurred. "It?s hard to say the PlayStation 3 will be 100 percent backwards compatible but as we said earlier this year we aim to make it so as much as possible," Sakamoto said, according to IDG. Attempts to elicit clarifying comments from Sony Computer Entertainment America reps had been unsuccessful as of press time.
To add to the question, we're still not sure how much it will cost, though the signs are indicating somewhere between $350 and $400 stateside.
 

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