VGC reports for the week ending Feb 12th, 2011, in the Americas Region the following: Hardware: X360 135,447 (+4%) DS 82,059 (-8%) Wii 74,456 (-11%) PS3 66,449 (-2) PS2 24,847 (-3%) PSP 23,443 (-3%)
cough. vgchartz.com GET OFF THE FRIGGIN SITE!
"Why so serious?"
This is where it matters in n.america, buy hey who cares RIGHT!
It matters to Microsoft, yes.. If they start doing badly there then they really are in trouble. Sony & Nintendo, however, have got the rest of the world to play with. Moving away from Timmy-Troll and back on topic, look at the PS2 go...
Gran Turismo 5 ha ha ha ha ha ha
"As of January 2011, the game has sold over 6.6 million units worldwide." ha ha ha ha ha ha http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
wauw the wii is doing bad
software totals telling interesting story While the 360/kinect sold almost double the hardware of the ps3, the ps3 software sales are really close. looks like the attach rate on ps3 is outpacing the 360 at this time. Just an observation I am not reading too deeply into this.
The Xbox 360 is in 3rd place in both of the other main regions (EMEAA and Japan), yet it still ends up well in 1st place overall worldwide. That shows how important the Americas are when it comes to sales; specifically the USA, of course. And you can see that supply is starting to increase in the US, as the 360's numbers actually increased this week. Meanwhile, the PS3's lead on the 360 in EMEAA is going down. What, was it only 20-25,000 this week? It looks like the 360 is going to start pulling ahead of the others even more worldwide, as the PS3 continues to be down year over year, and the Wii finally spirals into 3rd place. One thing nobody can disagree on, though, is that Kinect is working wonders for Xbox 360 sales. Kinect has outsold Halo: Reach, FFS! "Kinect Adventures!" will very likely be the best selling game on the 360 by the end of 2011. It is bundled with every Kinect sensor sold.
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