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US: 360 sales double after price drop

Though the official sales numbers are yet to be revealed, Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft is claiming that sales of its machines have experienced a 100 per cent upturn across all SKUs following its recent price cuts in the territory . A press release, supplied via Kotaku, reads: Coming off …

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Microsoft slashes 360 DLC cost

Following its recent price cuts to its hardware SKUs in both North America and Japan (though not Europe – yet) Microsoft has announced a limited time promotion on Xbox Live that will see an assortment of DLC cut in price. With cuts of up to 60 per cent, leading offers …

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US: Xbox 360 price drop confirmed

Just hours after analysts predicted a North American price drop , Microsoft has confirmed that is has dropped the RRP on all three of its Xbox 360 SKUs – with the now sub-$200 Arcade pack leading the charge. Coming in below the price of rival Nintendo’s popular Wii, Microsoft has …

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JAPAN: Xbox 360 price slashed

At a Microsoft press conference at Japan this morning the platform holder confirmed a drastic price cut for its hardware range – with the hard drive-less Arcade machine now cheaper than Nintendo’s Wii. CVG reports that the Arcade pack now costs just YEN 19,800 (100), a significant cut from the …

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AUSTRALIA: Fallout 3 granted release

News that the Australian games regulators had banned Bethesda’s next-gen RPG Fallout 3 from release were not received well by gamers Down Under – so the news that the game now seems set for release will no doubt be celebrated. Gamerchip reports that both GAME and Electronics Boutique have both …

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AUSTRALIA: Cuts made to GTAIV

Rockstar’s GTAIV may have survived its BBFC classification unscathed in this country, but the upcoming game has been cut prior to its release in Australia, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. No details have been released about what aspects of the game were removed, though the BBFC’s recent report about the …

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