Many people don't know that the NPD doesn't count sales in Canada, Mexico and sales from a number of high-profile retailers. Factoring that, take a look at our estimated sales figures...
I mean, North America sales are said to be like this, 2 million sold 360 units.
1.1 million only US already seemed a bit low.
If true, this would mean the 360 sold between 1.4 and 1.5 million in USA.
Still, the PS3 sold about 400k in US during dec. They sold about 250k @ launch in nov.
So that would make between 500 and 540k sold. That's marginally still low selling.
And yes it's possible.
Thanks for being an A$$HOLE!!
Where you got these numbers?? from your asshole? fool
What do you know? Gaming is illegal in your country. As is typing proper english it seems. I bet you write everything in german first, then use babelfish to translate it into english lol!
You can't rap and you can't spell.
That's nice. And you're German. Gives double the fun.
Well get your calculator and go do a bit of math with the numbers that are given and you'll get the figures I just gave.
Ah well you'll be able to play only Sonic in the end if it's up to the German law. Nice.
So they say the sales numbers from the NPD are incomplete. yeah, of course, could be.
NPD says 1.1M 360's and then you ADD about 30% ?
NPD says 650k PS3's and you SUBSTRACT 15% ?
And you tell people to grab a calculator ?
Where the hell did you get that 500k from ?
Isn't there something wrong there ?
In this article they say about 900k PS3's sold in 2K6 in NA.
It's obvious in your illiterate spelling. "Did you knew"??? Really makes your newspost seem trustworthy.
"Did you knew"? You guys can't hide it. Oh. before i forget, is "Did you know" sony fanboys. Learn that.
Fanatics are amazing!!!
(((we is not eithrr)))
More fun plx.
This sure is a reputable site, as they have numbers for the PS3 and Wii, but no 360... Hmm, I can't imagine why (cough)
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