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The important question is, do you really still see PS3 selling more than 100m? ;)
Anyway, I don' think it will take much time to discontinue it, unless they have another price cut coming to keep it going for 2 or 3 years.
Hello Torok, sorry for the disorder.
But can i ask a question? Do you still think that PS3 will sell 100,000,000 lifetime?
I'm not so sure. I think 90M+ is basically a given, but 100M is becoming harder every day. My original prediction was based on the PS1/PS2 sales pattern, where both sold around 1/3 of their lifetime sales after the successor is out. With that math, PS3 would do 105M.
However, I'm starting to think that actually PS consoles sell 1/3 of their sales after the 5th year. PS4 launched on the 7th year of the PS3. If that's the case, PS3 would end up with 96M.
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Swordmasterman said: If the company never released nothing of the genre, or nothing at all, they will see the userbase number and will focus on that plataform. The difference is, the userbase number would be up with people that re-purchased something multiple times and, if they use Windows numbers, with users that don't purchase very often. The number won't...
zero129 said: Then you and Bandorr where the lucky ones, just like how i still have my release X360 but yet went though 3 PS2 systems. But its good for you that you at least knew how to replace the drive im sure many a PS1+2 owners didnt know or have this option. First phat PS2 models and the first slim models where the worse. I remember the PS2 dvd problems very very well...
zero129 said: I dont know a person that can honestly say they owned a PS2 and didnt get Drive problems at some point and then need to buy a replacement. Mine still works, bought it used in 2009, it has around 10 years of use. Even if it breaks, a new optical unit is around 15 dollars. On my PS1, the plastic piece that hold the CD broke and I ended up buying...
Favourite Games: God of War, Sonic, Super Smash Bros, Gran Turismo, Twisted Metal
Favourite Music: Judas Priest, Metallica, Slipknot, Motörhead...