I dont agree or disagree but I found it funny... how the hell they know?
The public sees that the Vita has sold about two million units worldwide this year and maybe thinks that's low. Koller and the Sony team see things that don't show up as clearly in sales charts, like the uptake on games downloaded to the Vita from Sony's online store. Sales of those, Koller said, are "several times higher than what we expected." (He declined to state actual sales numbers for the digital games.)
Like the PSP before it, Koller says that the Vita currently "over-indexes" for an "urban" population, which translates, from marketing speak, to the fact that, in America, the Vita is exceptionally popular with black and Latino gamers who live in cities. The Vita is also almost entirely selling to PS3 owners, something Koller kept emphasizing as he described the Vita as, more or less, a portable home console.
Of the Vita cynics, he says, "we knew better. We knew there was a market. Our research pointed over the last four years of creating it that there was a market. We still absolutely believe that.
"Right now we're on forecast to where we thought the platform would be."
The full interview
If thats the case then they need to ask us what we want for the Vita...smh
They should market their product to us and stop with the stupid commericials...
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