According to videogame magazine publisher Enterbrain, Sony sold 88,400 PlayStation 3 units over the course of the weekend in Japan.The consoles went on sale at 7 a.m. on Saturday in Japan and are virtually sold out amongst local retailers. Previous reports have indicated that Japan would receive 100,000 units at launch, although one Japanese news agency indicated that only 80,000 would be available on day one. The actual number appears to be somewhere between the two figures. A Reuters report cited an Enterbrain official who said the launch is a “promising start” for the PS3. Large lines of PS3 hopefuls formed in Tokyo Friday night to get their hands on the limited-supply system. Enterbrain also said that Namco Bandai is so far the big launch winner as far as publishers are concerned. Two of the company’s titles, Ridge Racer 7 and Mobile Suit Gundam: Target in Sight, were the top two PS3 titles, selling around 30,000 copies each. The PS3 will be launching in North America on November 17 with an estimated 400,000 units. Esta ultima parte o q é q acham q deve ser dito?? quer-se dizer tiraram as ps3 da europa e deram todas pa america?? eles n podiam ter feito 200,000 pa europa em vez de 400,000 pa america??? n percebo tanta coisa de que tavam com muito poucinhas e agora a america fica a ganhar no fim de tudo, isto é um grande escandalo para mim, da minha parte já n copro a ps3, nem algum produto da sony!!!