Here's a bit of good news after hearing about job losses in Microsoft's Gamerscore Blog team: Sony says that cuts coming to the company are least likely to come from the gaming division, according to GamesIndustry.biz. The comments were, of course, made in reference to Sony's talk yesterday of restructuring, after it expected to post $2.9 billion-with-a-B in annual losses.

A spokesperson for the company told GI.biz, "As was the case with the previous Sony restructuring announcement this mainly concerns our electronics business." Here's hoping Sony's able to stick to the plan. We're sorry to hear about anyone losing a gig, but if the cuts are between "gaming" and "not gaming," we're always going to have a bias.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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