While the rest of the world may prefer Microsoft’s device that allows you to have a pet tiger in your living room over the PlayStation Move, Japan isn’t so easily fooled. You see, everyone in Japan has already owned a Kinect since 2003 — back when it was called an Eyetoy.
Since Sony’s original and completely unique motion-controller launched in Japan, they’ve managed to move an impressive 170,000 units. Meanwhile, Microsoft has only sold a paltry 90,000 waggle cameras. Utterly pathetic. Oh Microsoft, when will you ever learn that blatantly copying your competition won’t earn you the same profits?