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Friday, 15 July 2011 13:25

Xbox 360 outsells Nintendo Wii

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Kinect helps boost sales
According to NPD market research, Microsoft has managed to outsell Nintendo Wii and Sony PS3 with a wide margin in June.

NPD reckons about 507,000 Xbox 360s shipped in June and Microsoft claims nearly twice as many units as the competition. However, exact June shipment figures for the Wii and Playstation 3 are not available, although it’s believed the latter did not do very well.

It appears strong Xbox 360 sales were fuelled by Kinect, along with a host of popular games launched in recent months.

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