LOL, i am counting only the consoles PlayStation was competing with.I didnt counted PSX and PocketStation because they were only realised in Japan. PS2 never competed with GBA, Sony didnt have handheld back then. I was counting 4 consoles vs. 4 consoles and PlayStation obviusoly win. Nobody plays SNES and NES anymore, , but i think there are still people out there who are playing N64 and PS1. PS1 was more popular than N63, PS2 was MUCH MORE popular than GameCube and Wii is more popular than PS3 for now.
I dont get it why people are comparing company and brand. Nintendo is not a brand, Nintendo is a video game company.
PlayStation have PS1, Ps2, PSP and PS3. That's only 4 machines and its still THE MOST POPULAR BRAND out there
Nintendo have NES, SNES, Gameboy, Gameboy colour, N64, GBA, GameCube and wii. That's 8 machines. Twice as much as PlayStation. That's why is not fair to compare company like Nintendo and brand like Playstation. Its same like comparing Microsoft and Ipod.
The most pupular brand: PlayStation
The most popular video game company: Nintendo
don't feel like arguing with you, but you should really be consistent. You forgot the DS just there.
and did you ever think that the reason the PS3 is loosing this generation is because it forgot what IT IS. Playstation is a video game company. It TRIED to become more and that is why it is loosing. Not everyone wants a Blu Ray Player, a shitty internet browser and whatever else was thrown in the system. People buy video game systems to play games.
Yes there are some people who buy PS3's or 360's for their Blu Ray or Netflix, because my dad did that specifically. But tell me how that is gonna help Sony. As you have shown or others before, Sony sells at a Loss their system. So for those people like my dad and many others who buy PS3 for Blu ray player only it is screwing Sony over. No accessories, no games. And in our case, don't say buying blu rays cuase we just rent them. But i'm sure others do buy, I know that.