BY THE NUMBERS:
Average score: 76.9
Average price: $18.05
Average age: 4 years, 11 months
Highest dollar value month: April ($129.96)
Month with newest games on average: March (3 years, 9 months.)
Lowest scoring month: February (69.75).
Lowest dollar value month: January ($53.96)
Month with oldest games on average: October.
Free games published by Microsoft: 1 (Forza Horizon 2).
Publisher with the most titles: Ubisoft, 8. (Assassin’s Creed, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, For Honor, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction, Trials of the Blood Dragon, Zombi.)
Total value: $866.28
Xbox 360: 76.63 score, 7 years, 9 months, $15.19 per title.
Xbox One: 77.25 score, 1 year, 20 days, $20.91 per title.
Highest rated Xbox 360 game: Dead Space 2 (90).
Highest rated Xbox One game: Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (95)
Highest price Xbox 360 game: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed ($29.99).
Highest price Xbox One game: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate ($49.99).
Lowest rated Xbox 360 game: Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two and Crazy Taxi(59).
Lowest rated Xbox One game: Trials of the Blood Dragon (57).
Lowest price Xbox 360 game: Stuntman: Ignition ($3.74)
Lowest price Xbox One game: Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia, Livelock and Race the Sun ($9.99)
REVIEW SCORE RANGES
90 and up: 2
80 to 89: 19
70 to 79: 20
60 to 69: 4
59 and below: 3
$40 and up: 1
$30 to $39.99: 2
$25 to $29.99: 4
$20 to $24.99: 2
$15 to $19.99: 16
$10 to $14.99: 9
$5 to $9.99: 11
$4.99 and under: 3
Exactly. Xbox is only relevant in a handful of countries, the US being one of them. It being the biggest market for consoles certainly helps.Chandoo said:PS has a bigger market share, not 100%. Even in market shares where PS is higher, there are people who still buy Xboxes.
Some may say PS5 already has a really good exclusive in Demons Souls at launch.Leon said:This means its not really worth it to jump ship on the PS5 just yet. Even the current gen will do fine until PS5 gets a really good exclusive
Looks like Jason Schreier's "hold off" comment is equally applicable to PS5Leon said:
This means its not really worth it to jump ship on the PS5 just yet. Even the current gen will do fine until PS5 gets a really good exclusiveChandoo said:i'll probably get a PS5 in a year or two when the bigger exclusives like Ragnarok, Horizon are near (even though Horizon is already coming to PS4 and God of War is almost certainly too)
because everybody plays Call of Duty/FIFA/NBA/Madden... and they're all available on Xbox tooASKnASK said:If the PS has such a huge market share, how does the xbox even survive?