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      Just when I thought Sony were on the mend, Little Big Planet gets a recall, which will no doubt push back its release date. I have no doubt that title will sell an amazing amount of titles, as I got a chance to give a debug version a go last week, and YES, every kid in the world is going to want to get their hands on it. Parents start saving now!

      Then I thought about the PSP, and wondered what was happening with it, apart from the new PSP Slim part II (PSP 3000 or whatever), and apparently there is an "app-store" like business model being brought to the forefront, which will have a much stronger focus on acting as a digital distribution for "non-hardcore" titles.

      http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=20704

      It’ll be interesting to see what the first few mainstream titles distributed through this medium are like…

      B.

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      Wii, Xbox 360 leave the PS3 behind

      "Microsoft and Nintendo hardware sales benefitted once more from successful game titles in September. The best selling title for the month was Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (610,000 units), which helped lift Xbox 360 sales by more than 75% from 195,200 in August to 347,200 units in September, according to NPD. The Wii climbed from a weak 453,000 units in August to 687,000 units on strong sales of its Wii Fit game and accessory, which sold 518,000 times during the month."

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