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 Sep 06, 2006 - 12:47 PM - by Michael
* PS3 Europe Delay

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Sony hits another snag - according to Hexus, gamers in Europe will most definitely not see the PS3 until sometime in 2007.

The reason? Sony can't get the Blu-Ray diodes manufactured quickly enough.

Their editor also takes a shot:

When I first saw this official announcement, I wasn?t in the least bit surprised.

We?ve known for some time that the PS3 launch was going to be problematic given the information being fed to us by industry sources.

But even without that information, it doesn?t take a genius to see that there?s trouble in the Sony camp.
Getting worse by the day. We know Sony's going to bull along, but unless they come up with something amazing, this could be the end of their long dominance in the gaming arena. Hexus wonder whether Sony fanboys will start heading to the 360 or Wii over this: I think they already are.

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