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awesomeX10 said:
Mr Puggsly said:
awesomeX10 said:
Mr Puggsly said:

He didn't say they did. But that's what Sony attempts to do. Several of their exclusives have poor or modest sales. They also eat into 3rd party sales.

In my opinoin MS is pro-developers. Sony is pro-Sony. Not necessarily a bad thing, but they have different strategies.

That opinion is unfounded, holding off on making good games has never helped 3rd parties, the 3DS is proof enough of that 

Who said everything they make is good?

3DS is different. People primarily buy Nintendo platforms for Nintendo games.

lol wow lol and no1 said everything they make is good I just see stuff that isn't good as irrelevant (and I don't mean like amazing must have I mean simply good) so yeah theres a reason ps3 is getting more third party support now then 360 and thats because Sony is pumping out their games so that pretty much throws your theory out the window and don't most companies make more money off of ps3, bandai did so I just don't see where you get the idea that releasing less is better when there is so much evidence to the contrary 

EDIT: also capcom shipped more ps3 games and expects to ship more this year then 360 funny they expect to make more sales on the year that Sony releases a ton of good games

Sony is getting more 3rd party support? Maybe from Japan for obvious reasons. Sony also lost a lot of exclusive support for obvious reasons.

There is no doubt PS3 has a bigger appeal for consumers of Japanese games. Which is why you used Bandai and Capcom as examples. However, Sony develops games that mostly appeal to fans of western games. Those are potential sales Sony is taking from 3rd parties. Those developers will rely more on 360 because of this.