Xbox 360 outsold PS3 in September in Japan

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 3 October 2008 06:22 GMT

Enterbrain figures have shown this morning that Xbox 360 outsold PS3 in Japan in September.

Microsoft sold 53,547 units of the 360 in the four weeks to September 28, compared with 33,071 units of the PS3.

Wii sold more than both of them put together, obviously: the machine moved 109,548 units in the month.

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