with a price cut, some decent games and required accessories getting a massive price cut too as well as adding full remoteplay and a way for psp owners to carry over their games they would still struggle.
Originally Posted by garyopa
its alright going on about no price cuts but if it continues to bump along the bottom sales wise it wont take long for developers and publishers to simply stop supporting the platform altogether, lets say by some amazing feat sony do manage to hit 10 million by march 2013 will it even matter by then, as with another xmas under its belt the 3ds will be fully in its stride, possibly even about to get an update and so far ahead in sales that no publisher is even going to consider spending lots of money on developing for it when they can have lower development costs and 10 times the available market meaning the psv would end up as little more than something to port 2d versions of 3ds games onto.
we now know the Xbox One's game licensing policy was written from the ground up for companies. It's aggressively anti-consumer and anti-middle class, and it outright ignores underprivileged gamers. It's gross, despicable, greedy, pathetic, cowardly and out of touch with a growing global resentment for corporations. - Polygon 7th June 2013