It's been a month since our last entry in PlayStation 3 Melee Watch, but this most recent instance involves Katanas. Apparently, some home invasionist came knocking on a door in search of a PlayStation 3 (Blu-ray fanatic?), but met with Damien Fernandez and his Katana.
Just when we thought PlayStation Violence was almost at an end, a student at Cal State Fresno shot three other students over an argument about a PlayStation. The model of the PlayStation wasn't specified, but we're going to assume that it wasn't over a PS2 or a PS1.
Who'd have thought that months after the release of the PlayStation 3, the book of PS3 Melee Watch would get another chapter added to it. A San Francisco man was stabbed to death Monday night when he tried to help two women who were getting their PlayStations stolen by the man they were selling it to. The women chased…
PlayStation 3 fever could be dying down—thanks to the fact that you have a hard time purchasing one—but that doesn't mean the PS3-related violence isn't still ongoing.
New Yorkers aren't the only ones getting robbed as they stand in line for a PlayStation 3. In Connecticut, two "thugs" robbed a line of PS3 campers at gunpoint Friday night. When one 21-year-old line-stander tried to fight back, the dudes shot him in the chest and shoulder.
The PlayStation 3 Mayhem reached UCLA-like proportions last night, as a Best Buy manager announced to 50 people that only 35 PS3 units were available. Ruh roh.
Oh my. People really, really want their PlayStation 3s. Just check out all the craziness going on today.