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Microsoft is cutting five Xbox games in price

Microsoft is cutting five Xbox games in price

Microsoft announced today that it is cutting the price of five European Xbox games. The five titles are Dead or Alive 3, Project Gotham Racing, Azurik: Rise of Perathia, Nightcaster and NBA Inside Drive 2002, which can be purchased from today for 59 euros.

So far, the recommended retail price for this title at 65 euros. The price reduction is therefore not exactly very high. Xbox Europe Vice President Sandy Duncan said: 'To start a great summer for gamers and retailers alike, we're introducing lower prices for these top titles. These titles have done really well and are all in and in around the Xbox Games Top Ten Charts, and the response to these games in the form of positive reviews and awards has been overwhelming, proving that both the industry and consumers love Xbox and the system’s game portfolio. '

He also commented on the sales of the Xbox: 'With our recent price reduction for Xbox, we were able to hundreds of thousands of Bringing satisfied customers the best value for money next-generation console home with. With over 500,000 units sold across Europe, we will achieve this success with the new, lower prices for Dead or Alive 3, Project Gotham Racing, Azurik: Rise of Perathia, Nightcaster and NBA Inside Drive 2002. We want to make sure we keep growing the target audience for Xbox by allowing even more players to experience these fine titles. ' It is also interesting that, according to Microsoft, the Xbox should be head to head with the Sony Playstation2 in terms of weekly sales. In England, 3.1 games are said to have been sold per Xbox.

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