1 Million Moves Move in North America

When we heard last week that 1.5 millions Moves were moved in Europe, did you think that fewer units would be moved in North America? I didn’t, but that is the case, as Sony has announced today that they shipped 1 million units in the first month of release on these shores.

Even though I kinda inadvertently painted that as a a negative in the previous paragraph, it really probably isn’t, because Jack Tretton says now that they’re running out of Moves. “We had to go back and increase production twice, we’re absolutely maxed out right now,” he told Reuters.

So if I had to guess, this means that if North America is that far ahead of expectations, then Europe is even that much further ahead of expectations. Yay, Sony! This news probably makes them feel less sad about those mean things Phil Spencer said yesterday, maybe.

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1 Comment on 1 Million Moves Move in North America


On October 22, 2010 at 3:34 pm

well still who cares about 3d, don’t know why Sony pushes that so hard. They are pushing so hard a baby T.V. might come out of the company…
back to the article…
well I’ve played the Move and I was impressed by it the motion capturing is way better than wii. Sounds like someone just got into the family gaming competition. I hope Nintendo is a wittle scared.