The Japanese PS3 price cut and slower-than-expected sales of the PSP are among the reasons being cited for Sony's announcement yesterday of a 62 percent drop in profit forecasts for the fiscal year ending in March. The revised numbers include a 200 billion yen expected loss for the games unit, nearly double the initial estimate for the fiscal year, and costs incurred during the recent recall of many Sony laptop batteries.
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