Next-Gen.Biz writes: "In this Next-Gen interview, Xbox 360 group product manager Aaron Greenberg shrugs off Blu-ray, explains why we still have a hard drive-less Xbox 360 SKU, and fires a shot or two back at recent comments made by Sony.
With US NPD sales figures coming out on Thursday, the most urgent of those issues for Microsoft is Xbox 360 supply. One analyst said this week that the Xbox 360 shortages reported in January have now been addressed, and the console is in ample supply.
But Greenberg disagrees, saying that Xbox 360 is still tough to find, adding that the PS3 likely outsold the console for the second month in a row in February. "Our expectation is that because of our shortages at retail during February, we will sell less than PS3," he says. "That's not a surprise to us. I don't know what Sony's reaction will be to that, but it will definitely be a bit of a hollow victory. The competition sure didn't show up [in February]."