PS3's attach rate is at an all time high. Sony announced the PS3 has sold 23.8 million hardware units and 189.7 million software units to date, meaning the console has a tie ratio of roughly 7.9 games per console, inching ever closer to the XBox 360, the current market leader. Compartively, the XBox 360's attach rate was last tracked at 8.1 games per consoles following the 2008 holiday season, according to Microsoft. Often, software developers take into account the tie ratio of a console before starting a new project, so having a high attach rate is important. Developers also take into account other factors, like total consoles sold. So much for the MYTH "Ps3 owners dont buy games they only use it for BluRays". LOL the Xbots attach rate is only .02 higher and it's been out an entire year longer and has more games. Looks like it's finally being exposed as the glorified netflix player that we all knew it was.