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Submitted by mathsman 1015d ago | news

Microsoft Reveal Xbox LIVE 10th Anniversary Statistics

Following the Xbox LIVE tenth anniversary celebrations last week, Microsoft Studios has today revealed a number of new statistics celebrating the success of the service over the past decade. Xbox LIVE is now available across a wide range of devices, including PCs, tablets, mobile phones and of course Xbox 360 consoles, and as such the audience Microsoft Studios communicates with via the service is nothing short of vast. (Industry, Mobile, PC, Tech, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox LIVE, Xbox Live Arcade)

ALLWRONG  +   1016d ago
I got this in an e-mail and showed that I spend way too much time gaming and with apps. 384 hours in MP this past year and 600+ hours total using Xbox Live apps.
Intentions  +   1015d ago
I got the exact same email, but the records were incorrect. Had 0 hours playtime etc.

lol
ScubbaSteve  +   1015d ago
Reminding me that I should finish painting the walls in my basement instead of playing games isn't going to sell more 360 games!

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