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PS3 sold 20,000 units in Australia

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 26 Mar 2007 12:18 User comments (1)

PS3 sold 20,000 units in Australia Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) console has sold 20,000 units in Australia since it was launched on Friday, Sony Australia has announced. According to the company, sales of hardware, software and accessories generated AUD$25 million (USD$20.2 million 15.2 million). The PS3 sells for AUD$999 in Australia and games go for an average of AUD$99.
The Xbox 360 console was launched in Australia on the same date last year, March 23rd 2006, and in the following four days it managed to move 30,421 units and went on to to 700,000 by October that year. These figures made the Xbox 360 the fastest selling console in the territory until the Wii was launched in December.

Nintendo's Wii was launched in Australia on December 6th and in the following four days it just past Microsoft by moving 32,901 units.

Source:
GamesIndustry.biz

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126.3.2007 12:28

I normal knock 25-50% down,so that the number game they play looks to be more reasonable even at 10K consoles sold thats not to shabby still if they played their cards right from the start drooped the low end sold the high end for 400-500 they'd have double the console sales going.

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