Sony has officially dropped its PS3 pricing by $150, and hopefully we’ll see even cheaper street prices soon. As of next Monday, The 320GB model will be $450, but you’re probably better off getting the 160GB version that’ll drop to $350 (who’s ever really maxed out their PS3 hard disk?). Meanwhile, when do you think we’ll see the PS4? Place your bets here.
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