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PlayStation Move Hits Best Buy Shelves Early

Engadget reports that a reader in Benton Harbor, Michigan, picked up Move at his local Best Buy branch yesterday afternoon. Officially set for launch next Sunday, it seems the Best Buy staff got their Sundays confused. It's not clear if this mistake is confined to just one store, or if other shops are also selling Move a full seven days before they're supposed to.

Amazon.com is still reporting a shipping date of September 17.

Have you spied Move in any stores near you? Let us know in the comments below! 

  • grassy_knoll
    According to Playstation website it releases this Friday the 17th
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  • grassy_knoll
    According to Playstation website it releases this Friday the 17th
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  • Xatos
    But I already own a Wii...
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  • qitupx
    The Fred Meyer in portland or I live next to has them stocked along with the ps3 move bundle.
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  • blurr91
    Why would anyone want a motion sensing toy on his bluray player?
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  • The Schnoz
    Mario, Metroid, Zelda, and all the other Nintendo classics. I'm a proud owner of every system and the Wii is a real system. It may not do hi-def but the games are fun and that's what its all about.
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  • letsgetsteve
    LOL thats the same as saying "Im a nerd and I'm gay" The wii, really? Get a real system please!

    and do you really think the PlayStation and Xbox would have the motion controls without the Wii's influence? We all know its not the same style of system but if PlayStation is so much better and a "real system" why is it outsold by every other system out there? ..... even if it is my fav...
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  • jhansonxi
    blurr91Why would anyone want a motion sensing toy on his bluray player?I wonder if the pr0n industry has any ideas.
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  • bsbsbsbs
    jhansonxiI wonder if the pr0n industry has any ideas.
    I was thinking exactly the same thing! Motion flesh torch?
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  • thechief73
    Ahh... leave it to Best, wait no, Worst Buy. The real leaders in the tech business, uh... I mean real joke in tech business.
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