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DonFerrari said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

OOF. Now you're basically asking me to give a lifetime prediction xD 

Well ... errhmmm .... 

I can't give one! I keep going back in forth in my head. If they release a Switch lite this year, then I think it should be pretty easy to predict where the console goes in terms of lifetime sales after this fiscal year is over. 

Sorry if seemed like that. You don't need to, I put mine because I wanted.

StreaK said:
Haha, honestly...the only thing here impressive to me is the fact that every...single....PlayStation console is on this graph! ALL of em! That's just so freaking cool to me. The Xbox 360 was considered a huge HIT, and the PlayStation 3 (while I don't agree) is actually considered a flop to some. Ohhh man an 85+ million selling console being seen as a disappointment. Then what do you say about the OG Xbox, Gamecube and N64 systems selling like anywhere between the 15-30 million range. I'll count the days before I see a PS console sell less than even 60 million.

Sony really nailed the PlayStation brand as the greatest in gaming. There's just no denying it. Quickest to 100 million? Doesn't matter...I always cared more for the MARATHON.


Don't worry, Sony <100~M flop, others >30M success, you just have to accept people expectations.

PortisheadBiscuit said:

Not sure how anyone can look at what Wii did in the first 3-4 years and not call that impressive. But I digress

Because no one have to praise all systems at all posts... and achieving 4 times instead of once is quite impressive.

Never said that, to say Sony is the ONLY thing impressive on this particular graph (which shows Wii outpacing all other systems the first 3 years by a huge margin) is untrue. It's all in the verbiage, there's a huge difference in saying "wow impressive from Sony to have 4 consoles on this graph" than "nothing else is impressive from this list but Sony".