Somewhat belatedly, Sony Australia has issued a press release to pat itself on the back over the performance of the PlayStation brand in 2008. Nintendo and Microsoft already congratulated themselves a few weeks ago after the IEAA revealed Australians spent (nearly) $2 billion on videogames for the year. So what's Sony got to say?
Sony Trumpets "Strong Industry Results" For 2008, Reveals PS3 Sales For Australia
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