Well, no one should be expecting to do much more. It's capable of more than last gen and we will see games that prove it with no doubt.
PS: I like the PS3 beat Wii for the 3rd week now.
DS - 130,031
Wii - 47,497
PSP - 90,034
PS3 - 56,211
X360 - 6,006
PSP did pretty good too it looks like.
Lol, that was a typo. It was supposed to read, "I see the PS3 beat...." I was thinking "looks like" and "I see" and I ended up typing like George Bush speaks.
The key is that PS3 version of Winning Eleven is selling surprisingly well (>100k, no. 3 behind PS2 version), it points to the trend that PS2 owners in Japan are starting to pick up the PS3 as well, and more importantly, for major titles like WE, are picking up the PS3 version.
The problem probably is that the apartments are so small, so maybe they don't want to be there for too long?
Also, schools, High Schools and colleges have lots of student-founded clubs, so you'll want to bring your gaming system to the "Video Game Research" club to play with your mates.
And let's face it, most consoles aren't easy to carry, so of course handhelds are going to dominate.
Go there for the ET vs BR debate.
Go here for the Wii vs Graphics debate.
This thread has branched off twice now...
2 weeks, not 3 I guess?
Media Create shows the PS3 less than the Wii but the other source shows it as higher than the Wii. Which one is correct?
Here's something funny, recall that other sales thread with the debate over VGChartz? I made a comment on how even respected tracking firms, MC and Famitsu specifically, can differ....
Let's see Fastasleep say something about it now.Originally Posted by Viper
Fanboy fodder to argue about, since they just can't play their games without attacking the competition. Right Cliff?
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20071130...IWl.pJsU0jtBAFSony sold 183,217 PS3s in Japan in the four weeks to November 25, while Nintendo sold 159,193 Wii consoles, according to magazine publisher Enterbrain.
Sorry if that adds to the confusion.
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