Despite the delay in the PS3 launch, Sony apparently didn't feel it was necessary to spent some more time on testing older games on the new console.
Instead Japanese gamers who purchased one of the 100,000 systems that Sony made available over the past weekend found out the hard way that 2.5 per cent of their current games won't work.
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