Microsoft raising Xbox 360 forecasts in Japan

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 9 October 2008 09:39 GMT

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Speaking to Reuters in Tokyo today, Xbox Live boss John Schappert has confirmed that Microsoft is raising its 360 hardware forecasts in Japan.

“We’ve done better than we forecast. We are finding that we have a shortage of hardware,” he said.

“We are raising our forecast” for Xbox 360 hardware shipments to Japan, he added, though he declined to give specific figures.

Schappert delivered Microsoft’s keynote at TGS today, all the news from which you can find here.

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