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Japan gets snazzy new red and blue slim PS3 systems


7:30 PM on 01.21.2013
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Words I can't stand:

  • aloof
  • irreverent
  • moist
  • broom 
  • all football-related terminology
  • snazzy

But that's all I've got for these new Japanese PS3 models -- snazzy. The glossy Garnet Red and Azurite Blue CECH-4000B 'slim' PS3 systems will come with 250GB internal drives, just like their black and white predecessors do.

Sony Japan says that these two new models are a limited quantity release. They'll come with a matching DualShock controller, priced at ¥24,980 (roughly $250), when released on February 28. 

I also hate vehemently. Only as*holes would use this word.






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