Kotaku and Kikizo Well if even Sony says so, maybe that will hush up some of the people here who said Nintendo should have given up because of low Game Cube market share? Even if Sony has been acting stupid and tossing around a lot of bullshit, this at least is true. Market share is great, but the business is about getting your product out there and making money. Nintendo has made plenty of money off of the (comparatively) unpopular Game Cube, and Sony hopes to somehow do the same with what looks like it will be a comparatively unpopular PS3. Whether they can do that while taking such a huge loss on the hardware, decreasing their potential userbase, and without killer first-party games like Nintendo's remains to be seen... Here's the point I don't get. Suddenly they're benevolent promoters of industry growth and market expansion? Isn't that Nintendo's thing? Can Sony do that by increasing the costs of development, the costs of games, the costs of hardware and marketing a system that will basically only appeal to affluent "core" gamers and videophiles? Or are they borrowing another company's lines again like they did with Microsoft's famous praise of Wii at E3?