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Topic # 8327 21-Jun-2006 12:31
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Sony's on a Quest for Global Domination:

Sony Vending Machine


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Reply # 39202 21-Jun-2006 12:45
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Looks like a vending machine " want some coke "

Not what I call Global Domination



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  Reply # 39204 21-Jun-2006 12:48
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Cokes idea of global domination is a coke vending machine on every corner :p

Sonys idea is a PSP vending machine at every corner :p  safe to say we probably won't be seeing these outside japan for a few years

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Reply # 39225 21-Jun-2006 18:17
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They wouldn't be safe anywhere near Auckland, they'd be on the back of a truck and gone within 2 days to be later sold at the Otara Markets alongside all the "backup" games.

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  Reply # 39227 21-Jun-2006 18:28
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 cbcnz: ...safe to say we probably won't be seeing these outside japan for a few years


Seems it wouldn't be so safe to say..."Sony will roll out the test program Monday, starting with units in Atlanta’s Mall of Georgia, Flatirons Mall in Boulder, Colo., and the Santa Rosa Mall in Santa Rosa, Calif. Next month a unit will be added in the Indianapolis Airport. Six additional locations will be added in the test period during July and August." <--- from the website you referenced in your first post...



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Reply # 39233 21-Jun-2006 21:08
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paradoxsm: They wouldn't be safe anywhere near Auckland, they'd be on the back of a truck and gone within 2 days to be later sold at the Otara Markets alongside all the "backup" games.


Don't forget Avondale markets as well

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  Reply # 39249 22-Jun-2006 02:53
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you reckon the thing would take your money and only let you leave with the EULA??

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