We knew it was bad, but GameSpot reports how bad:
Microsoft’s Xbox 360 has been off to a slow start in Japan since its debut on December 10. According to figures from Famitsu, the console sold 62,135 units in its first two days, but only 107,800 units as of January 15. In comparison, the original Xbox reportedly sold 123,929 units in its first three days.
In an interview published in the latest issue of Famitsu, Microsoft Japan Xbox operations chief Yoshihiro Maruyama admitted that the Xbox 360′s sales were lower than expectations, but that Microsoft aims to make a comeback with new titles targeted towards Japanese consumers.
“It was a lot more difficult than we had imagined. We couldn’t prepare the launch titles that we had promised, and it made an impact,” said Maruyama.
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