XMB battery glitch “definitely being corrected”

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 8 July 2009 07:37 GMT

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Sony’s Eric Lempel has told PC World that the XMB glitch the causes the battery meter to cover PS3’s clock is going to be fixed.

“I personally don’t like that either, and it’s something that’s definitely being corrected,” he said.

Thank gravy for that. Lempel added that the major update coming to PS3’s UI later this year “won’t be like what the rumors say”.

That’s right, Eric. Nothing like the rumours.

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