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20GB and 60GB PS3 discontinued in Japan -- PS2 backward compatibility ends

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
January 10, 2008
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At the end of this month, Sony Japan will no longer carry the 20GB and 60GB Playstation 3 SKUs. Instead, they will focus their energies on promoting the relatively hot selling 40GB model -- the only model available after January. That means no more backward compatibility for PS2 games in Japan. No mention of a shake-up globally but it's pretty clear that the 40GB PS3 is Stringer's new love child.

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