Microsoft Celebrates Millionth Console With Awesome Halo Xbox 360

Microsoft Celebrates Millionth Console With Awesome Halo Xbox 360

The folks over at Microsoft must be overjoyed to hear that sales of its Xbox 360 have surpassed the magical one million mark in Australia and New Zealand. To celebrate this achievement, they’ve come up with a customized Xbox 360 (which looks simply stunning), designed by Richard Taylor and the Weta Workshop. The console is being auctioned off at eBay to raise money for the David Peachey Foundation, and the winning amount for the console will also be matched up to $10,000 by Microsoft New Zealand for a donation to Cure Kids.

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