Monday, July 30, 2007

Poor PS3 sales mean better profits for Sony

Another story that I can't read from work, but the little blurb is quite funny regardless.

Sony’s chief financial officer has revealed that the company’s recently reported games division losses were less than expected – because of the lack of PlayStation 3 consoles sold at a loss.

So basically, the poor sales of Sony's PS3 console means that they've done better, financially, than they would have done had the machine sold out.

Meanwhile, Nintendo's running away with a machine they've made money on since day one and continues to outsell the competition (no matter how much anybody says they're not competing) by staggering amounts.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

still think so?...