PS3 sales are also slowing somewhat. Since Nintendo has just cut price, and since Sony has gone ages without a price cut for PS3, the system will likely get a $50 / 16% global price cut. In Europe, where PS3 launched later than Wii and X360 and the cost of a PS3 is by far the most of any major region, this price cut should cause a substantial hardware lift and fairly big software lift. The performance of Move, which has started to really lag in recent months, should revitalize with a global price cut, once again particularly in Europe. The USA and Japan should see good lifts as well, but with Move pushing less hardware than in Europe, the impact will not be nearly as big.