PS3 Slim biggest news story of 2009, say Famitsu readers

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 4 January 2010 09:54 GMT

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According to a Famitsu poll, PS3 Slim’s announcement at GamesCom last summer was the biggest news story of 2009.

The magazine’s readers said the second biggest news of the year was the announcement of FFXIII’s Japanese release date, followed by intital sales figures for Dragon Quest IX.

DSi LL’s Japanese launch, and the announcement of PSPgo at E3 finishes the top five.

Full list below, courtesy of Kotaku.

  1. PS3 Slim announcement
  2. Final Fantasy XIII dated in Japan
  3. Dragon Quest IX sells two million in two days
  4. DSi LL releases in Japan
  5. The PSPgo is announced
  6. Nintendo’s R4 lawsuit
  7. PSP-3000’s price-cut
  8. Project Natal’s announcement
  9. Final Fantasy XIV Online’s Reveal
  10. The Last Guardian revealed

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