As the guys mentioned: Adjustments.
Please do not think this is trolling or anything like it, but I think VGC does not know exactly where Sony sold (shipped) those PS3s to explain the gap. We do get pretty good data for NA, Japan and sometimes for UK, so it seems like they just put it in EMEAA. I doubt VGC knows where exactly. But that should not discredit the great work VGC did with the tracking in the past years.
you are absolutely correct
the shipped figures were very different as VGC didn't track it
they put the figures around MOVE's release as an assumption it caused the spike
but the didn't track it
plus the shipped vs VGC gap was even there at before last quarter
so it wasn't MOVE bump as allocated by VGC
VGC just didn't track in those areas
The problem with this is that they didn't just take the sales they mistracked and started tacking them on recent sales to make up for the gap. Thats why adjustments went back 2 years. They adjusted posted numbers from up to 2 years ago to smooth things out, putting the sales where they belonged. That has nothing to do with the fact that PS3 sales seen a huge jump in September. They didn't take all of the mistracked sales and just start adding them onto the numbers starting september to make up for what was miscounted.
The OP didn't ask why the gap suddenly shrank on the charts, he's asking why EMEAA sales are so high for the last few weeks.
For example, here are the sales from August until current (Worldwide):
Aug 1-7: 175,816
Aug 8-14: 184,177
Aug 15-21: 166,335
Aug 22-28: 165,168
Aug 29-Sept 4: 163,948
Sept 5-11: 150,805
Sept 12-18: 198,157
Sept 19-25: 207,959
Sept 26-Oct 2: 238,977
Oct 3-9: 240,719
Oct 10-16: 235,471
Oct 17-23: 232,770
Oct 24-30: 270,345
Oct 31-Nov 6: 304,183
PS Move released Sept 15/17 in EMEAA and Americas respectively, and on October 21st in Japan. Look at the numbers for these dates.