"Since the PS3 launched, sales have been less than what Sony might have been hoping for. While the Wii was flying off the shelves, the PS3s were collecting dust on the shelves in stockrooms across America. That problem seems to be going away. The question is, why? Is it because Sony decided to enable some of the video-scaling technology that it had previously left inaccessible? Perhaps it was the ease with which one can swap out the hard drive on the PS3. While those things help, the simplest explanation is often the truth: Decent games are starting to be released."