Sony is actually doing all right despite a lot of turmoil, and it's got the PlayStation 4 to thank. This quarter, the company moved 3 million PS4s, bringing total sales of the console to 25.3 million. Peripheral and software shipments also went up, bumping sales for the gaming division by 12.1 percent over last year. Despite lower PS3 sales, it still hit 288.6 billion yen ($2.3 billion) in sales and made around $160 million. Sony recently said that the PS4 is outselling the Xbox One in most of Europe by nearly double, and has outsold its main rival considerably overall. It originally expected to sell 16 million PS4s in 2015, but has bumped the forecast to 16.5 million.