Imagine has biggest unofficial Xbox 360 mag, says Imagine

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 14 August 2008 20:25 GMT

Imagine’s put out a release saying it has the biggest unofficial Xbox 360 mag in Britain, based on today’s ABC figures.

X360’s average sales are 30,203, and alongside fellow Imagine title 360, which came in at 13,007 per month, Imagine reckons it owns 49 per cent of the unofficial Xbox 360 magazine market.

“I am thrilled to still be the market leader,” said X360 deputy editor Simon Miller. “It’s a testament to the hard work and talent of the whole team. Looking to the future we’re keen to increase this lead further, especially with the number of exciting games leading up to Christmas and our now solid online presence thanks to X360’s website and podcast.”

Thanks, MCV. Future’s ABC results are here.

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