It's hard to find a Playstation 4 for people in many places throughout the world. With Sony trying to supply over fifty countries, it's tough to keep up with the overhelming demand. In fact, it's so difficult Taiwan can't seem to keep them in stock. Sony decided to help remedy that situation at the Taipei Game Show this week by setting up an extra booth with an unconfirmed number of PS4 units for sale. It didn't take long for hopes to be dashed with this:
If you're not fluent in Mandarin Chinese, that white strip going across the PS4 says "sold out." Vice President Hiroyuki Oda responded with "no comment" when asked about how many units were for sale. So many people lined up to buy one that "traffic control" measures had to be taken to keep things orderly and prevent booth workers from being overwhelmed. The Taipei Game Show runs until the 27th and it's currently unknown if Sony will be selling more systems throughout the show.
Oda also said that Microsoft's and Nintendo's absence from the expo, he felt the additional responsibility on his shoulders of representing all three console manufacturers. With the booth and
cat show girls you see in this video, I don't think he's got much to worry about: