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 Jun 07, 2005 - 05:00 PM - by Michael
* Will Xbox360 sell out?

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CVG has word that Microsoft is bracing for Xbox360 shortages after launch - but they say it's all about demand rather than lack of supply.

Spin if I've ever heard spin...

But Thompson feels sure that any shortages will be due to huge demand rather than lack of supply. "We feel as a company we've done the groundwork to get to a point where we can do the global release," he told MCV, "and we feel we're going to deliver and have a great Xmas."

And you might even struggle to get your name down for an Xbox 360 - MCV reports that several games retailers are not planning to carry pre-order schemes for fear of disappointing consumers. The current shortages have apparently caused retailers to become suspicious of Microsoft's supply network.

 

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