According to Sony Europe President David Reeves, the PS3 will not be getting a price cut
and they'll continue offering more bundles to drive sales. He says that the new bundles will go beyond the Starter Pack introduced
during E3 when the US received its price chop. Reeves says they're happy with the "PAL business" and that "it's on track."
In the same interview, Reeves says that reason they didn't announce any new games during their Leipzig press conference
was because they didn't want to "overload" gamers. He says they're focusing on doing "pillar titles every month" because gamers "don't have huge wallets and they can't go out and buy five games at €59 all the time." That's very reasonable thinking, especially when they're European consumers who can't get a price cut.
[Via PS3 Fanboy