January’s NPD results are in, and they’re as dull as you might expect given the lack of new game releases.
Peripehral maker and publisher Mad Catz has cut 37% of its workforce despite “strong” Rock Band 4 sales.
More fluid action, a time-hopping tale filled with wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff and gorgeous visuals made Dragon Ball XenoVerse a winner. And it has some numbers to back it up.
Activision is claiming that their annual iteration of their shoot first, shoot later again franchise is the best-selling game worldwide.
According to a “Windows expert,” roughly 18 million Xbox Ones have been “activated.”
Rocket League isn’t just one of the most fun games of the year. It’s also one of the most successful.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 was the best selling console in the US in the month of holiday sales and Black Friday. The best selling game? Nope, it wasn;t Fallout 4.
EA believes investors will still be happy with Star Wars: Battlefront. Depite apprently disappointing sales, the company is confident it’ll sell millions more copies before the end of the financial year.
A timed exclusive on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Rise of The Tomb Raider can only make so many sales right now. Those numbers will most likely increase next year when the game hits the PlayStation 4, but those are the facts Jack. Still! Rise of the Tomb Raider has had what appears to be a very solid launch so far. A launch, that Square Enix is very happy with it seems.
In just two years, the PlayStation 4 has sold through over 30 million systems. That’s a lot videogaming!
Sure, you can grab a game the minute it’s on Steam for a big discount. Or, maybe, just maybe said game will be discounted even further and save you tens of cents. It’s a signature part of the Steam Sale experience, one that has both pros and cons. And now, Steam is ditching that side of their semi-regular sales.
Fallout 4’s doing pretty well then! Bethesda’s shipped 750 million US Dollar’s worth, with the game becoming the UK’s third biggest launch of the year.