Finally, the last pieces of the PlayStation 3 puzzle are going to fall into place. Sony's got some explaining to do to everyone: There was a price cut for the PlayStation 3 in Japan, but there's not going to be one in the United States. And Sony's been tight-lipped about its online service, only speaking broadly about how there's not going to be a unified system as Microsoft has created for Xbox, and that the service certainly won't have a name so as to distinguish it as a separate entity from the PlayStation 3 itself.
We'll see what Sony has up its sleeve in less than 24 hours. And, rest assured, there will be answers. Or Sony's going to drink the bad, bad Kool-Aid.