Monday 6 November 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
Sony (Japan), consumer electronics concern, says that its PlayStation 32-bit video games system has sold 50k units in five weeks, making it the quickest-selling system in the UK. Meanwhile, Sega (Japan), games specialist, says that its Saturn 32-bit games system has sold 50k units wholesale since it was launched in the UK in summer 1995. Sony aims to sell 2 mil PlayStation units in Japan by end-1995. Sony also says it has sold 300k PlayStations in N America and 200k in Europe since early-autumn 1995. Sega claims to have sold 1.5 mil Saturns in Japan and 100k units in Europe. Article discusses

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