MMGN writes: Microsoft's Jeremy Hinton said the company went to great lengths to improve its relationships with consumers, which it believes led to the early success for Xbox One in Australia.
So they pat themselves on the back, and it pays off for something they should have been doing from the beginning!? Good job Microsoft for realizing 2 + 2 = 4!/s
Give credit where credits due. It's a special occasion when your heart grows three sizes.
xbox one nuffffff saiddddd
Xbox One is a good console. PS4 is a good console. Get over it.
Since when is NPD tracking Australia? They usually only track US.
Microsoft give thanks to God that PS4 was out of stock otherwise it would have been another story. The only reason Microsoft did good on Australia was because the PS4 was not available. #facereality #dealwithit
Well done MS glad my aussie gaming brothers have embraced the new system great time to be a gamer.
Well Sony is struggling to provide stock that's the main reason the Xbone sold like that in Australia (so they say).
Points to Make, Here in Oz there is no PS4's available until next year.. its pretty much been that way since launch... A week after the One Launch. Many consumers want a system before christmas... Whether it be as a Present for the kid, or ones present to themselves on their annual leave..... And lastly , here in OZ its only $50 more then the PS4. So $50 more for a rich entertainment experience for chrissy, Or, wait until sometime next year...
I wonder Where MS would be now if they didn't listen to the community? Was almost afraid to make a comment lol.
My guess is what console will have the most return back after christmas!
Congrats to Microsoft for some great sales in Australia let it continue into the future.
Selling consoles just beacuse your competitor is out of stock does not equal 'successful launch'......
Did you know it is snowing in Australia in the middle of summer right now?
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