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Sony’s PlayStation 3 troubles set to music

Harrison Sony’s PlayStation 3 has had some stumbles since it launched late last year. While it is now generally on store shelves, in the beginning there were shortages and people scalping units on eBay. Currently, the blogosphere is consumed with complaining about a lack of good games as well as the console’s price point ($600 for the unit with all the good stuff). That’s all you really need to know to appreciate this video from someone calling themselves Doc Adams. It’s called “How to Kill a Brand” and is set to the Fray’s “How to Save a Life.” It uses images of Sony games and clips of Phil Harrison (shown here), president of Sony Computer Entertainment worldwide studios, saying some things he probably regrets. Plus, the singer really, really likes his Xbox 360.

—Posted by Kamau Kigh

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