The release of Sony’s PlayStation 3 is near, and this week the console manufacturer launched a redesigned Web site for the PlayStation property. It’s meant to “serve as the premier consumer destination for information and content related to the entire PlayStation family,” said a message from Sony’s Computer Entertainment group. It’s got tabs for PlayStation 3, PSP and PS2. Players of the legacy PlayStation system can find what they’re looking for after a few clicks.
The site features pictures of the shiny new PS3, and a streaming video explaining its Cell processor’s capabilities. Of course there’s also info on all the games coming out for the system, but no help for actually getting a PlayStation 3 this season. A few retailers are unable to fill all their preorders according to today’s reports.
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