If the PS3 plus a Vita costs the same or near as much as the Wii U, why would you buy a Wii U?
With the 3DS nearly here and the Kinect selling like gangbusters over the Move, Sony has something it wants to say:
Please, please don’t forget about the PS3! It has 3D!
So the Sony PR flak that writes tweets for “Kevin Butler” messed up and broadcast the key to PS3′s heart to the entire world. No worries! Hire this dude and make his commercial a national spot. All will be well.
It’s weird. You’d think after the drubbing Nintendo has given the industry over the past five years people would learn. You think they’d see the obvious parallels and refuse to allow history to repeat. And yet…
Either Sony has learned nothing about what the majority of people want from their handhelds and consoles, or they’re positioning the upcoming PSP 2 as a high-powered enthusiast’s device not meant for the masses.
[Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption] has become the US’s best-selling game of 2010 so far, according to new NPD figures.
You could take GamesIndustry’s lead paragraph in this article on game sales, replace the top seller with the term “blockbuster Xbox 360 game released this month” and it would look the same as it has for the past four years.
Mainly, one game for PS3/Xbox 360, and the rest are all Nintendo console titles. Powerful stuff.
If “sales exploded and haven’t really slowed down since” the PS3 Slim was released, I’d hate to see what it looks like when sales are “not doing well.”
You think you own that PlayStation 3 sitting under your HDTV? Think again, sucker.
Destructoid details the cornucopia of titles headed to the Wii in 2010. The Xbox 360 and PS3 libraries, ironically, look incredibly anemic by comparison.
Addendum: The PAX East expo floor was dominated with Xbox 360s, DSi XLs and, yes, even a bunch of Wii’s! Where O where were the PS3s?