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Xbox Reigns As Top Selling Console, 15 Months Straight
2012-04-14 04:26:47

According to NPD Group, Microsoft's video console is still the top selling game console, and has been for 15 months in a row. Microsoft sold 371,000 Xbox 360 units last month, racking up a 42 percent stake of all console sales. Total spending on Xbox hardware, software and accessories was $430 million, which was more than what was spent on Sony's PS3 and Nintendo's Wii combined. The rest of the video game industry saw declines, with sales of consoles and other hardware dropping 35...

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2012-03-30 06:12:06

New rumors have surfaced with details about what Sony's next console, the PlayStation 4, might have to offer. “While the official reveal of Sony's next home console could still be months away, if not longer, Kotaku has today learned some important details concerning the PlayStation 3's successor,” Quoting a reliable, but unnamed, source, the popular video games blog Kotaku reported on Thursday that the new PS4 will be released at Christmas 2013, and will be called...


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2013-03-14 08:37:18

Image Caption: Sony's PlayStation 3 gaming console. Credit: Sony The PlayStation 3 (PS3) released on November 11, 2006 in Japan and November 17, 2006 in North America. It was released globally in March 2007. The PS3 is a game console manufactured by Sony Computer Entertainment and uses Blu-ray Disc as its primary storage. Within the first 24 hours of release 81,639 units were sold in Japan. As of January 2013, over 77 million units worldwide have been sold. The original PS3 was offered...

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