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Wii outsold PlayStation 3 nearly 4-to-1 in Japan during the four weeks ending on February 24, reports Japanese magazine publisher Enterbrain. What else is new? Actually, it's a 'real' game, for once, that appears to be driving the ongoing sales surge. Super Smash Bros. Brawl has managed to move 1.3...

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If you've been following the goings on at Electronic Arts in regards to the PlayStation 3, you're likely come away a bit perplexed. It seems that one minute, EA is disappointed with Sony's console, and the other minute they're praising it. Well, it looks like EA woke up on the right side of the be...

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Get your calculators ready, it's time for some big numbers again. Well, one big number in particular - and it's one that is cropping up for the second time, recently. 1.2 million PS3s were sold during the last five weeks of 2007 in Europe, keeping in line with US sales for the same period. This is a...

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We had a hunch Sony was going to hit a home run during this year's Black Friday, and we were right. Sony announced that the sales of the PS3 skyrocketed 245 percent compared to the day last year. Additionally, PlayStation brand units increased 178 percent last week, which translated in a 154 perce...

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Last week, the PlayStation 3 turned heads throughout the industry when it outsold the Wii in Japan, pushing 65,000 units. It appears the the tidal wave that is the newly introduced 40GB PS3 doesn't appear to be slowing down much as it outsold Nintendo's console for the second week in a row. While ...

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Using the super factual NPD software sales numbers, various market indicators and a pinch of black magic, the analysts over at simExchange released their predictions for the holiday video game hardware sales. And 360 sales are predicted to be fantastic. SimExchange is estimating that, from now throu...

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