Friday, April 20th 2007
It seems at Sony the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. A few days ago Sony's President Ryoji Chubachi told the Financial Times his company is re-examining the pricing and volume distribution of it's gaming console. Today however, Sony released an official statement that says the price will not be cut.
PS3 prices and shipment plans for the future should be determined by market trends and competition. Sony currently doesn't have any specific plan to cut the PlayStation 3's price.The goal to sell 6 million PS3 consoles until the end of March wasn't reached, analysts say there were only around 4 million sold. Kotaku still think the examination is not finished yet and they are likely to come up with a lower price in order to boost sales.Source: Kotaku