Again: I could be wrong with my method somehow/somewhere, but I'm like 90-95% sure that the results should be in those ranges:
[NSW] 342K - 352K
[PS4] 188K - 229K (probably above 200K, below are some edge cases)
[XB1] 158K - 165K
[NSW] 247K - 258K
[PS4] 176K - 184K
[XB1] 103K - 109K
[NSW] 238K - 262K
[PS4] 178K - 200K (approx.)
[XB1] 98K - 102K
Last three months:
[NSW] 827K - 872K (up 5 - 10% YoY; last year NSW also had strong sales after E3)
[PS4] 542K - 613K (down 19 - 29% YoY; so a better performance than in April and May where it had a tough YoY comparison due to GoW)
[XB1] 359K - 376K (down 34 - 37% YoY; let's see if they got something up their sleeve for the rest of the year)
Thanks! The estimates I already have recorded are close to or within these ranges, probably not enough to bump the data points on my charts more than a pixel or two.
Speaking of which, I'll finally update my charts for the first time in three months. I just have to mow the lawn before it gets dark and then eat dinner, because these updates take me a while.
Third month in a row and no numbers. Is there even a point in these threads anymore?
The trends and the charts are still useful. They are going to get discussed somewhere so might as well do it here.
I agree that the US needs a real sales tracker. How Famitsu and Media Create are able to do that for free is what I'd be interesting in knowing.
Y'know, I wonder if it would be worthwhile to contact Famitsu and see what it would take for them to start tracking sales in the U.S. I mean, they're a freakin' video game magazine and they've been putting out weekly numbers for free for over 20 years. Twenty years! Maybe we do need a company that's not some nebulous market research company.