Demand for PS3 slipping?
- December 27, 2006 5:41 PM |
- By Saleem Khan
by Saleem Khan, CBC News Online
Would-be profiteers are returning PlayStation 3s to stores after finding their ability to squeeze a torrent of profit on high demand evaporated following Sony's effort to keep a steady stream of consoles flowing to shelves.
In an article published before Christmas, Dana Brown of the Hamilton Spectator newspaper in Hamilton, Ont., wrote about a few people who were trying to unload their PS3s with no luck since a ready supply of the consoles were apparently available while Nintendo Wiis continue to be scarce.
The word schadenfreude comes to mind….
[The strange beast that is the interweb reared its head for this post: We learned about Dana Brown's story via Kotaku although the Spec — as it's affectionately known — is widely read less than an hour's drive away from the office.]
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