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PS3 exclusives sell “45% more” than those on 360 and Wii

Friday, 13th June 2008 10:18 GMT By Patrick Garratt

Speaking to GameDaily, EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich has claimed that exclusives do better on PS3 than on Xbox 360 and Wii.

“On average, PS3 exclusive games sell 45% more, throughout their lifetime, than multi-platform titles available on the PS3,” he said. “Exclusive titles for the other two systems, the Wii and Xbox 360, only boast a small increase in lifetime sales over multi-platform titles. Of course, in all fairness, the first year of Xbox 360 titles were pretty much all exclusive since the other systems were not available on the market.”

A lot more through the link, including a prediction that we’re about to see a 360 price cut.

Via PS3F.

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9 Comments

  1. Blerk

    That can’t be right, surely? Are we sure they didn’t mean to say “Nintendo” rather than “PS3″?

    #1 6 years ago
  2. morriss

    Maybe it’s because there’re only about three of them.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Psychotext

    Would that be because there’s less titles to play in total?

    #3 6 years ago
  4. morriss

    What I said.

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Psychotext

    I’m not sure what you said was a sentence though. Take a look. :P

    #5 6 years ago
  6. morriss

    :D

    Just noticed!

    #6 6 years ago
  7. wz

    But there’s just like three!

    Edit: Uh, what you others said :-/

    #7 6 years ago
  8. SticKboy

    Is it just me, or does every analyst in the world seem to be beating the Sony drum at the moment? I can’t remember the last time an analyst had *anything* positive to say about MS, which seems a little bizarre when Sony are so far from being declared winners of the console war.

    #8 6 years ago
  9. Psychotext

    SticKboy: It’s mostly because of predictions they all made at the start of this gen. They can’t understand why Sony isn’t doing what they did with the PS1 and PS2 and they fully expect them to have a massive (and unprecedented) upswing.

    #9 6 years ago

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