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#91 firey

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 17:55

People think having nothing in stock on store shelves (and online retailers) = GOOD...

 

When it should be like this: Stock on shelves means I can buy one.  That means that games and Online Passes can be purchased. Which in turn generates revenue for all parties in the gaming industry, which means that more games will be able to be made, and more features are added to the console as well. 

 

Having stock readily available on shelves is what people should want... 

 

That's why this is a good thing:  http://www.amazon.co...&pf_rd_i=507846

There is also the idea though.. that if something is sitting on the shelves.. it isn't being sold.  If it is not on the shelves, it means it is being sold as fast as it can be.  I am not saying either is bad.. but that would be the argument from the other side.


I could have 20 units.. all sold out.. or I could have 20 units sitting on a shelf not selling at all.




#92 trooper11

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 18:24

I could have 20 units.. all sold out.. or I could have 20 units sitting on a shelf not selling at all.


Or you could have 20 units sitting on the shelf after selling 20 units.

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 19:03

Or you could have 20 units sitting on the shelf after selling 20 units.

Which is obviously best case scenario.  If that were the case though, then the one with the stock sitting on shelves should be on par if not better than the one constantly sold out numbers wise.