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Slim PS3 'evidence' looks pretty bloody fake


8:40 AM on 05.14.2009
Slim PS3 'evidence' looks pretty bloody fake photo



A Chinese blog has caused a stir by posting photographs that apparently prove the existence of a slim PS3. This "evidence" comes a day after Sony emphatically denied any and all rumors that such a PS3 was in the works, proving that nobody ever listens to a thing these game companies say anymore.

There are certainly plenty of photos, but until Sony itself makes the announcement (that will probably come sooner or later), we'll run this with due skepticism. We all know that Sony is about really, really shiny consoles, and this PS3 slim doesn't look shiny at all.  Also, that logo doesn't look right either. 

Still, who are we to judge? It's not like China has a history of making knock-offs or anything, right?






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