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Michael Jackson Sony PS3 Bundle with This Is It Blu-ray

Sony has always known that one of their biggest assets was Michael Jackson, but with the King of Pop no longer with us the electronics and music giant has a big hole to fill. However, what if you could combine the biggest selling music artist with one of the best games consoles, the PS3.

According to SCRAWL, Sony are set to release a Michael Jackson PlayStation 3 bundle that comes complete with a free copy of “This Is It” on Blu-ray. The PS3 bundle is only available to those in Japan and will cost ¥33,500 (£226). This is for a 120GB PlayStation 3 in black, Dualshock 3 and that free Blu-ray.

The bundle will be launched on January 27; this is the same day that the Blu-ray disc of “This is it” gets released. The disc comes complete with some never before seen footage from Thriller.

The disc contains over a hundred hours of behind the scenes footage of Jackson preparing for his “This Is It” tour, where you can see him sing a number of his classic songs. We are not certain if the Michael Jackson PS3 bundle will be released in other countries.

Let us hope that Sony and the Jackson estate will come up with a deal to release Michale Jackson Singstar, would you buy it?

Would you like to see the Michael Jackson Sony PS3 released in the U.S., Europe or any other country?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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