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Analysts: Microsoft in the wake of Bungie, BioWare and Bizarre changes

Now that developers Bungie, BioWare and Bizarre are now either independent or owned by well-known multi-platform publishers, where does that leave the Xbox 360 considering each of those studios had a strong relationship with the console? GameDaily spoke with a couple of leading analysts in the...

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Wii gets nearly double PS3's attach rate in Japan

Nintendo's of Japan's rosy Wii launch looked even rosier today as Media Create unveiled preliminary sales figures giving the machine a 1.8 attach rate, trouncing the PS3's "I'm only buying it to sell on Yahoo auctions" 0.98 attach rate. While this may seem low compared to the States, it's a lot...

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High attach rate equals bad news for 360?

The 360's high attach rate has been a big boasting point for Microsoft for some time now. After all, it's only natural to claim success when everyone who buys your console also buys an average of 5 games. It all sounds rosy, but according to the Susquehanna Financial Group, the 360's high attach...

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Is the Xbox 360's high attach rate bad?

The Xbox 360 has been riding high on a wave of good news. From boosts in stock performance to Sony's stumbles, it would appear all is happy in Microsoft Land. However, for every Candyland we find there's bound to be some tooth decay. Susquehanna Financial Group has calculated that the Xbox 360's...

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360 games rock the sales charts

Microsoft released some updated retail sales numbers yesterday, and the results are good. First, the big M reiterated its goal of shipping 10 million Xbox 360 consoles by the end of Holiday '06, and 13-15 million by the end of the fiscal year in June '07. As for the numbers, the 360 has maintained a...

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