Report – PS3 Slim sells over 150K in Japan

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 7 September 2009 16:19 GMT

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According to early reports from Famitsu, the PS3 Slim has sold over a staggering 150k in Japan within the first three days of it’s launch from Friday.

The exact number is actually 152,252, which is still actually incredible considering only 88,000 were sold within the first two days of going on sale. The figures also mean that it’s the biggest sales count the PS3 has ever recieved in Japan.

Earlier today, Chart-Track confirmed to us that PS3 sales in the UK were up 1,000%. The fightback is on…

Thanks, Kotaku.

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