Rejoice, Sony fans! The company has noted that the PlayStation 3 shortage in the U.S. is no more. The console moved 305k units in June, up from 165k units in June of 2009, according to NPD.
"PS3 inventory issues have been resolved and June 2010 marks the 11th consecutive month of year on year growth for the platform," the company said in a statement.
Sony noted that there are nearly 13 million PS3 units in living rooms across the U.S. and that hardware unit sales are up 85 percent since June 2009 and 42 percent since January 2010.