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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 21:51

Xbox 360 number one next gen console

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic
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DCC 2007: Microsoft claims


Apart from the Halo 3 news and expected availability of more than 300 games by the end of the year, there were a few more interesting tid bits about the XboX 360.

Vahe Torossian claims Microsoft has sold more than 11 million XboX 360 consoles so far. On average, 1.7 games were sold per console, which amounts to 18.7 million games in total.

Vole's VP Vahe also claim the XboX 360 is the number one next generation console out there. He is probably right, but keep in mind that the much younger Wii is catching up quickly. I won't even mention Playstation 3.

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