Someone bothers to call Sony about new PS3 SKU

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 28 January 2008 15:21 GMT

SCEE has dismissed talk of a 120-160Gb PS3 as “rumour and speculation” following this morning’s… rumour and speculation. CVG gets brownie points for working out how to operate buttons on a telephone. The story started in reaction to last week’s assumptions that Sony’s dumping the 80Gb SKU in America.

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