The week's top-selling games ranked by unit sales
It's so sad for the PS3. It outsells the 360 by 30,000 in EMEAA and by 25,000 in Japan, but then the Americas numbers come in and the 360 outsells it by 70,000 units, completely wiping away its lead. You'd think the console that wins 2 out of 3 regions would win worldwide, but apparently that isn't the case. The PS3 wins in pretty much every country except the US and the UK, but it comes in 3rd place every week. I guess that really goes to show the importance of US sales in the overall scheme of things.
nice try at trolling though. Even during the holiday season, Xbox 360 could not beat PS3 even though it had 500 million dollar marketing + Kinect Launch+ redesign+ temporary price cut+ alread existing 100 price difference. it is pretty sad for Xbox 360.
Looking back at the past couple months sales, the PS3 has not outsold the 360 since Kinect's release, despite the 360 being under heavy shortages since mid December. It is a much tighter race now that the holiday season is over, but the 360 has still been coming out on top each week.
It's funny how delusional some people are. I know it shouldn't be but when it has been explained a million times and they still think the 360 outsells the PS3 you have to laugh. Especially when comparing price points and marketing strategies ($500m spent) At this point though, sales don't matter. Exclusives do!
Isn't PS3 selling 25000 weekly in Japan? I don't really follow it, but only 25000 a month out of Japan sounds low.
yes it did. PS3 outsold Xbox 360 past couple months world wide. look at 10Q report released by MS and Sony. 360 shortages?? i just walked by a wall of xboxes in Best buy.. please stop making up excuses.. also, stop making up fake stuff.. are you that desperate?? PS3 out sold for three years including 2010 holiday. get over it.
*look at the source, see the source. Laugh at YodaCracker.*
So, in other words, you have no real argument. Just pretend the source isn't accurate, despite VGChartz being proven accurate again and again. Go along with the fanboy parade, calling it a 360 fanboy site, while there are more Sony and Nintendo fans than Microsoft fans in the VGChartz forums. Claim they just make up the numbers, while you can see their in-depth methodology right from their site. I guess some people will just choose to ignore the painful facts even when they're shoved right in their face. No sense arguing with those people.
vgchartz have been proven time and time again to be run by xbox fanboys like you YodaCracker.
VGC is run by 360 fanboys? lol
lol at Yoda Accurate you say? About 4 months ago they had to reduce a xbox lead from 5.8M to 4M Over the last month, after showing the xbox winning week after week since kinect, they had to reduce a 4.8M 360 lead to 4M. And the best bit is they still are a million out. Official figure from bothe companies shows the gap at 3M. Yes VGChartz are very accurate /s
I have to say YodaCracker, it's kinda not hard to see your intentions here. Judging by your comments you are just trying to evoke people into argumentation. In addition to this, why is it sad for the PlayStation 3? It's closed the gap, what is there to be sad about? In fact, why would anyone be sad? It's still selling so Sony will probably be happy. I remain impartial, because to be 'sad' that my console isn't selling the most is quite sad. It's a piece of hardware at the end of the day that will eventually lose all of its significance (i.e. newer consoles are released). Really Yoda, you try too hard. You say, "people try too hard to ignore the painful facts", well what about the PS3 closing the gap? That seems quite painful for you to swallow. Sometimes I feel sorry for some people here on N4G.
Pinch of salt, a very large one.
Wii sports at 74 mil, Im not a Wii fan but that is damn impressive.
Thats because it comes with every console sold, outside of Japan. Japan is the only country where it is sold separately.
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