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Microsoft: Xbox is now the top-selling console worldwide

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
June 4, 2012
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Before Microsoft had even set off any of its gaming fireworks, Don Mattrick took to the stage to tell us that its Xbox had now graduated from best-selling console in North America to best selling console in the world. We've already seen that new versions of Halo and Splinter Cell are both incoming -- so it looks unlikely that Microsoft's good run will be ending any time soon.

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