Regarding the guy who had streaming problems on the 360 I had problems too hence why I just gave up and decided to move my ps3 to the other room anytime I want to stream rather than have the convenience of my 360 do it.
It just pisses me off that I can setup any number of media servers on my PC and not only does the PS3 pick them up instantly, it streams from them flawlessly and never really has any issues. Then I go on my 360 find the same media servers except it won't work properly. Music works perfectly but videos just refuse to work for some reason.
I don't see why Tversity works for my PS3 but not 360. Even my friends PC's can pick it up and stream but the 360 can't and I can't figure out why.
1. NCAA Football 12 - Electronic Arts (360, PS3) = ~796K (15% YoY Increase)
2. Cars 2 - Disney Interactive Studios (NDS, Wii, 360, PS3, PC)
3. Call of Duty: Black Ops - Activision Blizzard (360, PS3, NDS, Wii, PC)
4. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game - Disney Interactive Studios (Wii, NDS, 360, PS3, 3DS, PSP, PC)
5. Just Dance 2 - Ubisoft (Wii)
6. Major League Baseball 2K11 - Take-Two Interactive (360, Wii NDS, PS3, PS2, PSP, PC)
7. Zumba Fitness: Join The Party - Majesco (Wii, 360, Ps3)
8. Fallout: New Vegas - Bethesda Softworks/ZeniMax (360, PS3, PC)
9. New Super Mario Bros DS - Nintendo (NDS)
10. Mortal Kombat 2011 - Warner Brothers Interactive (360, PS3) = 85K
XX. Catherine = 78K
XX. Shadows of the Damned = 14K
Nintendo DS: Best selling platform.
Xbox 360: 277K (-37.5%) [Top selling console, 45% of total 360/PS3/Wii sales.]
Wii: 190K (-25%)
PS3: 148k (-31%) [Comes from statement math.]
Nintendo 3DS: Lower weekly average than last month, meaning at best 114K, but it could be quite a bit lower.