Sony deny 120GB PS3 plans
The European division of Sony Computer Entertainment have denied reports linked to the North American branch circulated yesterday which suggested Sony could be planning to release yet another iteration of the console - this time including a 120GB hard disk.
Reports persisting on the interweb point to a US release for the new PS3, which it is hinted will included a new rumbling DualShock 3 controller and will cost the same price as the 80GB system presently does bundled with Spider-Man 3.
SCEE are either not planning a release in Europe, however, or don't know of the 120GB hardware, a representative telling Eurogamer.net: "We do not currently have any plans to release a 120GB PlayStation 3 in the UK."
US plans remain sketchy still, but the firm have hinted that a PS3 with a larger HDD is possible, with some news indicating that the console might replace the existing 80GB system.
More on this as we get it.
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