Apparently, Sony Computer Entertainment of America has reacted with a bemused "WTF?" to David Reeves of Sony Europe's assertion that the 60GB PS3 is being liquidated, chalking it up to misinterpretation.
A rep for Sony of America, talking to Next-Gen.biz, said:
"The foreseeable future" isn't an outright rejection of Reeves' prior statement that the discounted American 60GB PS3 would be discontinued once supplies ran out, but the rep also clarifies:
...Okay. The unfortunate London PR rep who initially backed Reeves' statement is now backing away, also telling Next-Gen:
So, sounds now like they might have gotten their wires crossed -- but god help Sony if they deny it now only to confirm it later, right?
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