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Submitted by Kamikaze8 938d ago | news

“Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” surpasses five million sales

Stick Skills: "4J Studios and Microsoft have announced that the title surpassed the five million mark on New Year’s Eve." (Minecraft, Xbox 360)

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NiceGuy360  +   938d ago
Congrats to everybody involved, not my type of game but lots of people love it and I'm glad they are supporting it.
This can't be true however. I mean xbox 360 has no games besides gears, halo and forza, or so n4g members keep telling me. So how is it possible that any game that isn't those 3 games has sold 5 million? Wait, what do you mean multiplatform games are games too? No! They aren't! They are not games! *sticks fingers in ears* I can't hear you lalalalalala
EVILDEAD360  +   937d ago
XBLA is a BEAST..

Evil
Belking  +   938d ago
Great sales. It show why devs continue to support xbox live.

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