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ethomaz said:

And I had reason to believe outside US PS3 sales are better than Wii or 360.

I know that in the majority of South America it's supposed to be Sony land...

Canada, I have no idea.

Mexico... Again, no idea.

Our numbers look odd though. Wii seems too high, PS3 seems too low. I might be wrong though...



                            

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Squilliam said:

Who isn't handling anything?

Anyway the Xbox 360 was down 14% and the PS3 was down 30%. Considering the PSN was up for 3/5ths of April a 16% point difference between the Xbox 360 and PS3 representing 12 days of service outage in a month is actually a noticeable change. The PS3 isn't doing fine regardless of PSN and the publicity.

It's up YoY.

It's doing fine.



                            

Carl2291 said:
Squilliam said:

Who isn't handling anything?

Anyway the Xbox 360 was down 14% and the PS3 was down 30%. Considering the PSN was up for 3/5ths of April a 16% point difference between the Xbox 360 and PS3 representing 12 days of service outage in a month is actually a noticeable change. The PS3 isn't doing fine regardless of PSN and the publicity.

It's up YoY.

It's doing fine.

YoY is just one metric.



Tease.

Squilliam said:

YoY is just one metric.

It's up YoY.
It's outselling the generation leader.
It's profiting.
It's had lots of games released for it this Year.
It's got lots of games set to be released for it this Year.

It's doing fine?



                            

Carl2291 said:
ethomaz said:

And I had reason to believe outside US PS3 sales are better than Wii or 360.

I know that in the majority of South America it's supposed to be Sony land...

Canada, I have no idea.

Mexico... Again, no idea.

Our numbers look odd though. Wii seems too high, PS3 seems too low. I might be wrong though...

don't care him



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D-Joe said:

don't care him

I totally understand what you're talking about.



                            

Carl2291 said:
Squilliam said:

YoY is just one metric.

It's up YoY.
It's outselling the generation leader.
It's profiting.
It's had lots of games released for it this Year.
It's got lots of games set to be released for it this Year.

It's doing fine?

huh? all I was saying was that it was effected by PSN being down.

Anyway, if you earn $2000 in April 2010 and $2200 in April 2011 you're up YOY right? So why would you be concerned that someone took $300? You're still up YOY so why worry about it?



Tease.

Carl2291 said:
Squilliam said:

Who isn't handling anything?

Anyway the Xbox 360 was down 14% and the PS3 was down 30%. Considering the PSN was up for 3/5ths of April a 16% point difference between the Xbox 360 and PS3 representing 12 days of service outage in a month is actually a noticeable change. The PS3 isn't doing fine regardless of PSN and the publicity.

It's up YoY.

It's doing fine.

Also, we're looking at numbers for the US, which favors the 360, so of course it shouldn't drop as fast as the PS3 during these slow months.  But the fact that the PS3 is still up YOY, even with it still having a small boost from big game releases and Slim plus pricecut, is pretty impressive.



D-Joe said:

don't care him

Why? I said anything wrong or ridiculous?



Squilliam said:

huh? all I was saying was that it was effected by PSN being down.

Anyway, if you earn $2000 in April 2010 and $2200 in April 2011 you're up YOY right? So why would you be concerned that someone took $300? You're still up YOY so why worry about it?

In that case... I totally missed your point. I agree with you that PSN being down is affecting it...

What I disagreed with you saying the PS3 wasn't doing fine. I think it's doing just fine despite the PSN fiasco.