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Nintendo, Sony, Capcom Quarterly Data (Apr-Jun 2010) out Tonight

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Nintendo took a one time $794 million foreign exchange loss which is what resulted in the overall $288 million loss.

This is only the second time in company history to have a quarterly loss and both were for the exact same reason.



The rEVOLution is not being televised

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Its a 700b Yen foreign exchnage non-operating loss - only 250b Yen loss overall. See my article - its up.



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http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=113701&page=1

3DS launch date and price being announced on the 29th of September (I presume this is Japan only)



 

PS3 LTD - 38.1
360 LTD - 41.7

3.60 difference lolz

I believe a decent chunk of the shipped/sold discrep for ps3 may be coming from newer markets in the Americas and Others, for which we have little to no tracking.  Sony has officially launched PlayStation products in countries that MS/Nintendo have yet to support, and likely will not support anytime in the foreseeable future, like the Philippines, Brazil, and numerous other Latin American, Southeast Asian, and even some Eastern European countries.  Each country probably doesn't account for more than a few tens of thousands each, but that adds up.

Sony's presence in such markets probably account for the odd ps2 hardware/software shipment numbers as well, given that most ps2s are being shipped to such regions now and thus are probably heavily afflicted by piracy.



Thanks Source I was looking for that article before.



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makingmusic476 said:

PS3 LTD - 38.1
360 LTD - 40.7

3.60 difference lolz

I believe a decent chunk of the shipped/sold discrep for ps3 may be coming from newer markets in the Americas and Others, for which we have little to no tracking.  Sony has officially launched PlayStation products in countries that MS/Nintendo have yet to support, and likely will not support anytime in the foreseeable future, like the Philippines, Brazil, and numerous other Latin American, Southeast Asian, and even some Eastern European countries.  Each country probably doesn't account for more than a few tens of thousands each, but that adds up.

Sony's presence in such markets probably account for the odd ps2 hardware/software shipment numbers as well, given that most ps2s are being shipped to such regions now and thus are probably heavily afflicted by piracy.

40.7 - 38.1 = 2.60?

EDIT: Capcom's earnings dropped 70%, they blamed sluggish sales of Monster Hunter Tri, Lost Planet 2 and Ghost Trick



 

puffy said:
makingmusic476 said:

PS3 LTD - 38.1
360 LTD - 40.7

3.60 difference lolz

I believe a decent chunk of the shipped/sold discrep for ps3 may be coming from newer markets in the Americas and Others, for which we have little to no tracking.  Sony has officially launched PlayStation products in countries that MS/Nintendo have yet to support, and likely will not support anytime in the foreseeable future, like the Philippines, Brazil, and numerous other Latin American, Southeast Asian, and even some Eastern European countries.  Each country probably doesn't account for more than a few tens of thousands each, but that adds up.

Sony's presence in such markets probably account for the odd ps2 hardware/software shipment numbers as well, given that most ps2s are being shipped to such regions now and thus are probably heavily afflicted by piracy.

40.7 - 38.1 = 2.60?


41.7 he mean



puffy said:
makingmusic476 said:

PS3 LTD - 38.1
360 LTD - 40.7

3.60 difference lolz

I believe a decent chunk of the shipped/sold discrep for ps3 may be coming from newer markets in the Americas and Others, for which we have little to no tracking.  Sony has officially launched PlayStation products in countries that MS/Nintendo have yet to support, and likely will not support anytime in the foreseeable future, like the Philippines, Brazil, and numerous other Latin American, Southeast Asian, and even some Eastern European countries.  Each country probably doesn't account for more than a few tens of thousands each, but that adds up.

Sony's presence in such markets probably account for the odd ps2 hardware/software shipment numbers as well, given that most ps2s are being shipped to such regions now and thus are probably heavily afflicted by piracy.

40.7 - 38.1 = 2.60?

Typo.

Xbox 360 LTD is 41.7, not 40.7.



Sony:

"game segment has been profitable for the last 3 quarters"

http://www.irwebcasting.com/live/100729/02/9884f681c3/index.html



bluthunder said:

Sony:

"game segment has been profitable for the last 3 quarters"

http://www.irwebcasting.com/live/100729/02/9884f681c3/index.html

So thats Q4 2009 until now? How does that correspond with overall results for the same time period?