We may still be months away from Christmas, but one of the expected big gifts may already be hard to find.
Sony’s Play Station 3 is having production problems and the company says it will only be able to ship 400,000 units by November.
That’s a big drop from the originally promised two-million units.
The company says a problem with the machine's blue-ray disc laser is the culprit.
This is the second time the company has had a problem with that new technology, which is something Sony says will give gamers an edge over rival systems.