PlayStation 2: Game Over?
Gamers who have gotten their thumbs on a PS2 are praising the next-generation system's lifelike graphics, lightning-fast processors, built-in DVD player, and high-speed Internet connection for future online gaming. Amid the demand, retailers have set up waiting lists for orders. Speculators who snapped up PS2s early auctioned them off for as much as $1,500 on sites like eBay.
"It completely sucks," mopes John Ramirez, 16, of New York. "I probably won't get one till next year, even though I have the cash right now."
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|Title Annotation:||availability and marketing of video game console|
|Publication:||New York Times Upfront|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 11, 2000|
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