Sony the poor neighbour?

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So how popular is the Wii and DS? Well popular enough to get Nintendo’s total valuation to overtake Panasonic and now only slightly behind Sony. The entire of Sony…..

Nintendo is now valued at $51 Billion and to think all they really do is make the Wii and DS and some software for both machines. That really is quite a feat.

Sony is worth about $52 Billion….

Now something really scary. People talk about the warchest that Microsoft has in this battle. To put it into perspective Bil Gates alone is worth more than the entire Sony corporation. In the last quarter Microsoft made $5 Billion in pure profit.

So in reality Sony is the poor neighbour in this war and with their current sales figures it looks like nothing is going to change anytime soon.

Link to Nintendo closes in on Sony in market value | Technology, Media & Telecom | Reuters

Last Updated: June 20, 2007

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • PS3 was NOT the most expensive console in history, dumbass. Your false information and anti-sony tone is starting to get lame.

    In response to your other article, jerk.

  • LazySAGamer

    Hmm not sure why you felt you needed to comment here as well?

    I don’t think there is anything anti-sony about the above article? Facts are facts…

    Thanks for reading 🙂

  • It would be nice if you added pictures into the story.

  • Codemonkey

    Hi “Your an idiot”

    I would really appreciate it if when leaving a message such as you just did, you would at least mention the most expensive console in history if you are convinced that it is not the ps3? Otherwise you just look like a sony fanboy who is making up facts.

  • LazySAGamer

    Here you go

    What does this remind you off “It was widely regarded as a total failure due lack of support and its mediocre controller”

    Luckily Sony are going to fix both of those issues

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