Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Sony Not To Blame Say Sony (Maybe)

"I can tell you what it's not: It's not a geological fault, and it's not the product of an earthquake," said David Monterroso, a geophysics engineer at the National Disaster Management Agency. "That's all we know. We're going to have to descend."

We have contacted Sony to ask whether this freak event could have been caused by two or more launch day 60Gb PS3s simultaneously failing within a 1/4 radius of each other. As yet they have failed to reply.

Team ThreeSpeech sent one of it's top men down in a probe earlier, here is the recovered footage:


1 comment:

  1. They all seem to be going about now, mine YLOD'd of months back - it's now in my graveyard. Since launch day, it's sat in my front room, maybe 10 hours use a week and a monthly dusting - really looked after. On opening it the headsink paste was only on half the main chip, pretty shoddy really.