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European 360 sales slump?

Numbers quoted on online sales tracker

VGChartz

claim that for the week ending October 21st Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console sold just 37,303 units across Europe – managing to outsell only Nintendo’s aged Game Boy Advance in the period.

The site claims that in the same period Wii sold 70,322 units whilst the PS3 enjoyed a resurgence following the release of the new 40GB model, selling 64,087 units. PS2 reportedly racked up 57,152 units and the PSP 54,449.

DS lead the way, however, shifting a massive 171,260 machines.

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