Well every 3rd party publishers release their games on PS3, and PS3 has tons of exclusives nobody has, so I guess yeah everybody is happy about the PS3.
Wake me up when one publisher decides to give up on selling games to >21 million installed user base, Kotick would lose his job the next morning if he did that, the shareholders wouldn't be that happy.
Other than that, like I said, if release date matters, then PS3 wins on the time frame from launch compared to 360. If release date doesn't matter, then PS2 is in front by far.
Either way, Sony is doing well.
Illogical as neither matters at all at this point.
Consider this, the gap at PS3 launch was 5.5 million yet now the gap is over 8 million. That means that the X360 has sold almost 3 million more ocnsoles than the PS3 since the PS3 launched. That matters more than some arbitrary factor like aligned launches.
Nor does the PS2 install base matter at this poitn because it is a largely inactive userbase. Of the 140 million units shipped, only a small percentage of it is still addressable.
The rEVOLution is not being televised