Neoseeker : News : Japan: Xbox 360 beats PlayStation 3 once again
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Red 9 Sep 26, 08
Sales are still decreasing for it. PS3 at least remained stable.
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THM Sep 26, 08
Nipponese did double time in acquiring Xbox 360.

Perhaps, Japanese enjoy "Mass Effect" of Xbox 360 for the time being!!!!


All in all, there are still glimmers of hope for PS3's worldwide sale.
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kspiess Sep 26, 08
I thought Japan was pretty anti-xbox. Surprised by these figures.
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JT gAnGstA Sep 26, 08
I am not surprised. I am glad the 360 is branching out from only shooters, even if shooters on 360 are awesome.
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oni_hero Sep 27, 08
Wait....What?!? Japan hates Microsoft and their box! What the hell is going on! Soon we will have sheep rounding up people and Lions running zoos! It's madness! Madness!

*Runs and jumps out first story window*
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Redemption Sep 27, 08
So that article I read few months ago where someone speculated Japan hated Xbox 360 due to the size of its brick is pretty much proven completely wrong. As always, its about price and content.
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OmegaFury Sep 27, 08
It's not surprising that the number of Xbox 360's sold has gone up- it finally has a few games that appeal to the Japanese market, and has had some price cuts. Another thing to consider: the sale of Xbox 360's in Japan doesn't necessarily make it a winner. I think that we should look at how much software is being sold instead of hardware, since software is a constant, compared to the differentiating prices of the consoles.
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JT gAnGstA Oct 1, 08
In that case, third party games sell more on the 360 than PS3. Exclusives are the same.
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