Gamezine.co.uk: "The Last Remnant gave a boost to the Xbox 360 in Japan last week. This week the football game PES 09 does the same for the PlayStation 3." PlayStation 3 doubles hardware sales.
God knows they need it
knows you belong in the SH*T hole.
Xbots X360 is finished PS3 --35000 X360 - 11000 at the price of a PS2. Not even LR bundle could move X360 When Gudam 2 launches it will one final final nail in XFIX ME's coffihn in Japan When WKS is launched X360 will be fully buried under Japanese sands Europe gone for MS NA to go after December 4th---KZ2 revelation
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PES 9 is only released on the PS3 in Japan? WTF? And next year it is only going to be release on the PS2? What kind of Sh!t is that? Edit:@deep thanks dude. I had to look over the article again, and it seems that they change it from several minutes ago. The Wii, and PSP was in the article either. So thanks for point that out dude.
Exclusive to PS3 and 360 this year.
PES PS3 accounts for 80% of total sales if u consider europe and Japan I think PES 10 will be PS3 exclusive since PS2 wont be there next year and people buy the ps3 version in europe and Japan
5 software titles in the top 10 are PSP titles. Wow.
ps3 hardware sales are getting closer to wii sales now.. were only 15,000 down and thats not bad at all IMO... on the other hand 360 has only 11k and about 23k down witch is a big margin. PS3 FTW!!
Now its down to 11k with LR bundle which is bad considering there is nothing on it until SO4 in March However PS3 will get huge boosts with Musou 2 and an astronomical boost in sales with WKS PS3 will outsell Wii in December and beyond When the ps3's price drops to 300$ it will kill everything in Japan but WKS will give it a permanent boost in Japan
Konami will make PES 09 PS3 exclusive mark my words PES PS3 outsold the x360 version 10:1 in europe and 20:1 in JAPAN
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