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The Wii. What About The PS3?

Earlier this summer, Kotaku posted that the Sofmap in Akihabara had moved Nintendo goods to the first floor and Sony products up to the third floor. For over ten years, the PlayStation brand had dominated the store's ground floor, an area that obviously draws the most foot traffic. This isn't that big of a deal, really, but retail can be really telling on just how the demand has shifted. Fliers decorating the store list the Wii and the DS as "popular." What about in-store PlayStation fliers? That, dear reader, after the jump.

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Maddens Raiders3545d ago (Edited 3545d ago )

looks like Kotaku hasn't lost it's knack for stirring up fart laced flames and site traffic. Then again, what else is there to do in the middle of August and your "journalists" are bored to tears?

In Clark Kent's boss's voice: -- "Now get out there and stir up some news dammit!!!" --

djt233545d ago

lol that was really funny and picture goes with it 100%
time is change in japan wii and ds is like a truck and ps3 is trail behind. i cannt believe they have a floor decade to xbox 360
in japan they hardly sell any xbox 360.

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game-over3545d ago

I was at Target the other day and was shocked by what I saw. 16 Slots for PS3 games and 78 Slots for Wii games.

Maddens Raiders3545d ago

...you mean you stood there and counted the slots....or just "noticed" that? o_0

lVlemphizStylez3545d ago

I think he counted them...Kinda disturbing isn't it??