|binary solo said:
Well we have 12 days of Februaru Amazon ranking info saying PS4 is ahead so far this month, and with nothing to give Xb one a boost after Evolve came and went with a bit of a fizzle there's ony the Order that can change things up, and it is likely to give PS4 a boost, unless it's complete rubbish. So you can fairly confidently put Feb into the PS4 column. Then there's March and Bloodborne, and if The Order is at least somewhat decent it will carry a reasonable baseline through to Bloodborne. So March is looking to be PS4's moreso than Xb one's.
I dunno what's on the horison after that. But it does seem that a $50 price difference isn't really doing the job for Xb one if the job is to beat PS4 in the USA. But it is doing a job, which is to give Xb one decent sales in the USA.
If X1 doesn't win the next few months (not going to include this one because for half of the month it was back at $400), then given it won Nov+Dec comfortably, it would seem to suggest that the price cuts and heavy bundling over the holidays moved a lot of planned purchases forward, rather than take a great deal of potential buyers away from Sony. Of course sales have improved which MS will be happy with, but that won't last if they lose consistently at a lower price point.