1 million PS3s sold, not much more news

Sony has little gaming news at the Consumer Electronics Show.

After the huge launch of the PlayStation 3 in November, Sony seems to be relaxing on the gaming front. In a press conference last night, the company announced that it sold a million PS3s. Unfortunately, that's about all the news Sony had.

The Sony booth at CES had a nice handful of PS3s set up, but they were playing the same selection of Resistance: Fall of Man and whatever sports and racing games they had on hand. Sony did have a playable demo of the dragon-riding game Lair set up, but that was the most interesting thing at the booth.

With E3 scaled back, it's hard to guess when Sony will have some new gaming news. Perhaps this spring or summer, we'll hear something more than "We sold 1 million!"

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