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Kotaku On Xbox Resupply, Return Numbers, Reports Kotaku

Since Gawker properties have the awful invite-only comment system, I’m responding to a Kotaku article here. See the article, on the second shipments of the Xbox 360 and the number of people sending in systems with problems, starts off with this nice sentence:

USA Today is reporting that Microsoft plans to ship Xbox 360s to retailers on a weekly basis, according to a USA Today article.

Blech! That sort of lead is exactly the reason I have a job…

Oh, before you say it, I have an invite sitting in my inbox. I choose not to use it. I manage over 500 comments spams a day, and I’m not getting paid what they are. So they can manage if I can.

November 30th, 2005 Posted by | Blogs, General, Xbox, Xbox 360 | 2 comments



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2 Comments »

  1. Just a mistake. Everyone makes them.

    Comment by Patrick | November 30, 2005

  2. Kotaku is garbage. I remember a week or two ago, they had this smart ass article saying how Businessweek screwed up their Xbox 360 price estimate because they said that Microsoft has to pay to get the 360 on store shelves. I believe they said, “Retailers aren’t stocking 360s for the fun of it” or some such.

    They might want to take a look at the wholesale pricelist for the Xbox 360 sometime instead of talking out their ass.

    Comment by Stu | November 30, 2005

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