PS3 Platinum range "likely" for Europe

No word on timing yet though.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has confirmed that a budget range of PS3 software is likely to be unveiled in the future.

Such a range is already on the way in Japan, according to IGN. A retailer over there reckons the first wave of titles will include Resistance: Fall of Man, Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Gundam: Target in Sight and Ridge Racer 7. Apparently they'll be priced at JPY 3800 (around GBP 18) each.

SCEE declined to comment on the report directly. But a spokesperson did tell Eurogamer, "We have introduced a Platinum range of best selling titles for all of our platforms to date, and it is likely that we will do so in the future for PS3.

"However, no decisions have yet been made on timing or line-up," the spokesperson added.

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