Situation in France:
Although I've not yet seen a Playstation3 (out of gamestores), according to charts, it outsells the XB360 by 5~6!
It remains amazing when we remember the launch of PS3 in Paris, the worst launch in the history of videogame, one year ago : less than 30 people were there to buy their console, whereas, there were more than 2K for the XBox360 and Wii launchs some months before.
However, France seems to be a conservative country about video games, weekly charts of Gfk for our market show better sales for "historic" franchise like Mario, Pokémon, PES, GTA, NFS, Fifa and "casual" franchise (Kawashima, Cooking Mama, and there were more than 1 Nintendogs for 2 NDS here)... Unlike UK where every movie franchises hit scores.
And the France counts likely the most Nintendo-addict in Europe : officially, 600K before the Wii&DS Generation and it is a one of the rare countries where the NGC outsold the N64 (1.5m against 1.1m).
So, "XBox" is a too young mark, next to Nintendo and Playstation.
The situation in stores :
PS3 and PS2 are widely available (more than 20 units per stores),
NDS, PSP and Xbox 360 are less available (~5 units, and bundles, often with Forza M.2 and Viva Pinata, for the Microsoft console)
Wii is often unvailbale since its launch, in december 2006.
During Xmas, Wii and NDS were unvailable everywhere during two months.
For sotwares, only Guitar Hero 3 (Wii & Xbox 360 versions) seemed unvailable. (two years ago, Nintendogs were unvailable during 4 months, the price of useds hit 80 (~80$), twice the price of new unit).
So, despite its best line up and its price, the XBox360 may continue to be the less sold... Notably if Microsoft don't communicate more on its console, in order to lead the name "Xbox" in gamer's -and costumer's- head.