Sony’s claimed that PS3 has now sold more than 21 million machines globally today, as part of an announcement detailing plans to extend the PlayStation brand into South America.
The company is launching PS2, PSP and PS3 across 13 countries in the region, and will establish a localised PSN.
The firm will also introduce a localised website for South America.
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