The odd thing is, initially I had figured Sony would win because it seemed logical that Black Friday was just going to be the starting point for their bundles, i.e. they'd continue to sell them and keep them well stocked throughout the holidays. But judging from Amazon, at least, they don't really seem interested IN trying to compete for holiday sales in the U.S.. o.O They can't even keep the ones they had on Amazon stocked, let alone mix it up a little. Don't know whether it's that they're literally in such dire straits they'd rather profit now on the sales than take even a small hit to compete properly, or if just doing well in the U.S. is enough for them, but again, they don't really seem to be giving it their A-game, especially compared to Microsoft's 'Everything And The Kitchen Sink' approach.
So yeah, if it turns out that Sony is essentially counting on selling their consoles full priced and without free games, Microsoft is pretty likely to win December, barring some gigantic change this weekend. xP Very puzzling.
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