Blu-Ray adoption is going to increase sales Garcian. And with the combination of triple AAA games and a low price, it can sell 60 million.
"Triple AAA" games = AAAAAAAAA games? That's a new one. =P
Anyway, the PS3 really has very few guaranteed AAA games announced for it at the moment. The only two I know of are MGS4 and FFXIII, and those were announced well over a year ago. The PS3 will need more than those two games to sustain it throughout its life cycle, let alone increase its sales so dramatically.
Also, the jury is still out on Blu-Ray. It could become the next DVD, but more than likely it will become the next LaserDisc.
@ tombi123: People said the same thing about the Gamecube. Price cuts will help a system sell, but not that dramatically.
@ Machina-AX: For the PS3 to have a longer lifespan than the Wii, it needs developer support. Developer support generally goes to the system with the highest install base. The system with the highest install base is not, and will never be, the PS3, by a long shot.
"'Casual games' are something the 'Game Industry' invented to explain away the Wii success instead of actually listening or looking at what Nintendo did. There is no 'casual strategy' from Nintendo. 'Accessible strategy', yes, but ‘casual gamers’ is just the 'Game Industry''s polite way of saying what they feel: 'retarded gamers'."