Sony Facing PS3 Production Woes?

After what has been some good news on the Sony front (the announcement that 27 PS3 games would be on-hand at TGS), it appears that Sony is in for some more pain, this time in the form of analyst doubts. Specifically, Mitsubishi UJF Securities of Japan has dropped Sony's rating from a 3 to a 2, predicting that Sony's 6 million PS3s sold mark will miss – by about 3 million consoles. As a result, they will only have sold 3 million consoles by the end of this fiscal year, March 31st, 2007. This has resulted in Sony's stock taking a stumble, dropping 3.1% to $44.42 USD.

[via IGN]