i think the Wii caters to the non-serious gamers in general so i don't really think XBox360/PS3 have to worry about getting market share from them. if anything the Wii has to worrry because of stuff like Kinect which has already sold 2.5 million units which i am sure will take a bite out of Wii's main strengths.
but i guess one thing the Wii has going for it is that it's already got quite a few games out there where as games for Kinect i suspect are close to zero right now.
me personally even though i got a XBox360 i don't really think ill care about the Kinect simply because, even though it's fairly powerful from what people say, i can't actually see it being better than using a regular controller for most games ill actually like.
so basically i don't even see the Kinect being even slightly worth getting into the foreseeable future and like i say those Kinect/Wii/Move type devices i think cater to a different type of gamer than the usual serious gamers.
but i think the Kinect has potential to actually be useful but only if someone actually takes advantage of it. as i think it's selling well because of the initial 'cool effect' but once that wears off, without the quality games it will be a $150 dollar dust collecting device.
REDMOND, Wash. â€” Nov. 29, 2010 â€” Microsoft Corp. today announced that strong demand over the Black Friday weekend has propelled retail sales of Kinect for Xbox 360 to more than 2.5 million units worldwide since it launched just 25 days ago.