For next-gen, PlayStation 4 blockbuster game sales win in November, but Xbox 360 prevails overall
12 Dec 2013, 5:37 pm
Sony’s PlayStation 4 came out higher in November when it came to sales of the blockbuster games, according to market researcher NPD. Meanwhile, the Xbox 360 versions of the big games sold the most copies.
But that makes sense, given …
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