It isn't a case of being ignored, just a case of accounting for where those sales are being made rather than just "lumping them somewhere". Did it see a sudden surge last year in Latin America, in some Asian countries, Africa, the Middle East or in a few of these regions?
If you can find me some third-party data that shows where more than 1m Xbox 360s were sold in 2014 outside of the US and Europe then I will happily adjust our data to reflect that, but I can't simply lump an extra 20k per week to the total just to make you happy.
Not asking you to. But you have confirmed the reality here, so its fine. You have said that you cant throw numbers somewhere (I appreciate this) although you seem to accept there is a discrepancy due to shipments being far higher than sell through.
You do accept that over 3.3m between factory and stores is too high I take it? (for a console seriously on the wane and a new console with moderate demand)