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    by Published on October 4th, 2015 13:08
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    Microsoft has a number of Xbox One bundles up its sleeve as it prepares for the crucial Christmas 2015 shopping spree.

    Today it announced the Xbox One Fallout 4 Limited Edition bundle (£369.99), which includes a 1TB Xbox One and controller, and a download of Fallout 4. That's exclusive to GAME in the UK, and out alongside Fallout 4 on 10th November 2015.
    Meanwhile, there's an Xbox One Kinect bundle (£399.99), which includes a 500GB Xbox One and downloads of Kinect Sports Rivals, Zoo Tycoon and Dance Central Spotlight. This is out on 19th October and will be sold in shops across the UK.
    These two just-announced bundles join a raft of packages Microsoft has prepared for the next couple of months. Here's the slate:

    • Xbox One Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition Bundle (£399.99) features a 1TB custom-designed console and controller, a full game download of Halo 5: Guardians, the Warzone REQ Bundle that includes 14 premium Requisition Packs, access to Halo: The Fall of Reach animated series and more. Available from 27th October.
    • Xbox One Elite Bundle (£399.99) The Xbox One Elite Bundle features the 1TB console with solid state hybrid drive and Xbox One Elite wireless controller.Available from November.
    • Xbox One Forza Motorsport 6 Limited Edition Console (£369.99) features a design inspired by the Ford GT and a 1TB hard drive. Available now.
    • Xbox One FIFA Bundle 500GB (£309.99) features a download of FIFA 16, three FIFA Ultimate Team Loan Legends, and one month of EA Access. Available now.
    • Xbox One FIFA Bundle 1TB (£369.99) features a 1TB hard drive, a download of FIFA 16, three FIFA Ultimate Team Loan Legends, and one year of EA Access. Available now.
    • Xbox One Gears of War Bundle (£309.99) features a download of Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, the exclusive Superstar Cole multiplayer skin, and early access to the Gears of War 4 Beta. Available now.

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/20...christmas-2015 ...
    by Published on October 4th, 2015 12:52
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    2. Xbox One

    Microsoft has announced two new Xbox One bundles ahead of the holiday season.
    The more casual-focused Xbox One with Kinect bundle features a 500 GB Xbox One console and wireless controller, a Kinect sensor, along with redeemable codes for Dance Central, Kinect Sports Rivals and Zoo Tycoon.
    The Kinect bundle will arrive at multiple outlets later this month, retailing at $500.
    Microsoft also detailed the Gears of War: Ultimate Edition offering, which packs a 500 GB Cirrus White Xbox One console and Wireless Controller with 3.5mm headset jack, as well as a redeemable code for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and early access to the Gears of War 4 beta test.
    The Gears of War: Ultimate Edition bundle will be sold exclusively through US retailer Walmart for $350 starting in November.


    by Published on September 28th, 2015 20:28
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    2. DCEmu
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    FIFA 16 is favourite finish 2015 as the UK’s top selling game, according to Betway.
    EA’s football title currently has odds of 2/5, ahead of second place Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 at 7/2. Third favourite is Fallout 4 (8/1) followed by Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate (9/1) and Halo 5: Guardians (10/1).
    Outside bets include Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 and, amazingly, Spike Lee joint NBA 2K16 and NBA Live 16 all at 50/1. Slightly more generous are the odds for PES 2016, Just Cause 3 and Hitman, which stand at 33/1. The latter seems unlikely, though, thanks to its 2016 release date.
    “FIFA 16 is sure to be at the top of a lot of Christmas lists and we think there’s a good chance this latest version can trump Call of Duty for a second year running,” Betway’s Alan Alger said.
    “PES has been in FIFA’s shadow for the last decade and, although this latest release is touted to be the best for some time, we don’t think there will be a drastic popularity shift just yet.”
    Star Wars: Battlefront doesn’t look like a terrible bet at 14/1.
    Here are the odds in full:


    by Published on September 28th, 2015 20:26
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    2. PC News

    Elite: Dangerous has nabbed the top spot on Steam's latest weekly best-selling titles, thanks in large part to a featured discount promotion.
    The game was able to surpass runner-up Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – which still appears to be selling stronger every week.
    Last week's winner Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain finished behind the pair in third, while Grand Theft Auto V held its position in fourth.
    New entries include Cities: Skylines' new After Dark expansion also made the list in fifth, along with horror developer Frictional's new title Soma in sixth.
    Here's the full list:

    1. Elite: Dangerous
    2. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
    3. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
    4. Grand Theft Auto V
    5. Cities: Skylines - After Dark Expansion
    6. Soma
    7. Dying Light
    8. Ark: Survival Evolved
    9. Rocket League
    10. Fallout 4
    11. http://www.mcvuk.com/news/read/steam...-20-26/0156507
    by Published on September 28th, 2015 20:24
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    2. DCEmu

    EA’s FIFA 16 has claimed its obligatory UK No.1 at the first time of asking following its release last Thursday.
    Physical unit sales are down seven per cent year-on-year (and revenue four per cent), although whether that’s an actual decline due to this year’s lightly less enthused critical response or merely symptomatic of the charts’ omission of the presumably growing digital sales pool will frustratingly remain a point of speculation.
    There’s little ambiguity about the shift from last-gen to current-gen, however. Last year the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of FIFA 15 accounted for 45 per cent of week one sales. This year that figure stands at just 19 per cent.
    Activision’s Skylanders Superchargers enters the Top Ten in fourth place, with Chart-Track adding that total sales of the game and its add-ons generated just over £1m throughout the week.
    Elsewhere in the Top Ten Destiny: The Taken King falls one place to No.2 (with sales down 70 per cent), Forza 6 drops one place to No.3 (-46 per cent), Metal Gear Solid V also drops a place to fifth (-31 per cent) while PES 2016 drops three places to No.6 (-55 per cent).
    Here’s the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 20 for the week ending September 26th:

    1. FIFA 16 (EA)
    2. Destiny: The Taken King (Activision)
    3. Forza 6 (Microsoft)
    4. Skylanders Superchargers (Activision)
    5. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami)
    6. PES 2016 (Konami)
    7. Mad Max (Warner Bros)
    8. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    9. Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
    10. LEGO Jurassic World (Warner Bros)
    11. Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)
    12. Disney Infinity 3.0 (Disney)
    13. Minecraft: Xbox Edition (Microsoft)
    14. Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (Sony)
    15. Blood Bowl II (Focus Home Interactive)
    16. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (Microsoft)
    17. Disney Infinity 2.0 (Disney)
    18. Rugby World Cup (Big Ben)
    19. Titanfall (EA)
    20. Until Dawn (Sony)

    by Published on September 21st, 2015 20:09
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    2. DCEmu

    The first boxed expansion for Activision’s Destiny debuts at No.1 in the UK, according to data from GfK Chart-Track.

    This is the publisher’s first time at the top spot since Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in Week Six of this year.
    The PlayStation 4 SKU took the lion’s share of sales, claiming 57 per cent of all boxed software for the game – unsurprising given PlayStation’s partnership with Activision for the online shooter.
    Meanwhile the Xbox One SKU claimed 34 per cent, the 360 version took seven per cent and the PS3 edition made up two per cent.
    But The Taken King’s boxed sales represent a mere 16 per cent of Destiny’s initial Week One sales. Destiny shot to No.1 when it hit shelves last September, and became the biggest selling new IP.
    Of course, given that a huge number of people bought a boxed edition of Activision’s online shooter, it’s possible they will have bought The Taken King digitally – meaning that digital sales for the expansion could be considerably bigger.
    There are new games in second and third place, too. Forza Motorsport 6 debuts at No.2, while Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 starts life in the charts at No.3.
    Last week’s No.1, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, falls to fourth place with a 54 per cent decline in sales, while previous fourth place holder Mad Max drops to No.5 as sales dip 45 per cent.
    Below is the UK software Top Ten for the week ending September 19th:
    1. Destiny: The Taken King, Activision
    2. Forza Motorsport 6, Microsoft
    3. Pro Evolution Soccer 2016, Konami
    4. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Konami
    5. Mad Max, Warner Bros
    6. Super Mario Maker, Nintendo
    7. Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar
    8. Disney Infinity 3.0, Disney
    9. Rugby League Live 3, Alternative Software
    10. LEGO Jurassic World, Warner Bros

    by Published on September 21st, 2015 20:04
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Android News,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Ndemic Creations' disease-based strategy game Plague Inc is No.1 this week in the iPhone charts, and takes second place in the iPad Top Ten.
    Last week the title was No.7 in the iPhone ranks, while it wasn’t in the iPad Top Ten.
    Plague Inc debuted on iOS in May 2012, and an updated version called Plague Inc: Evolved hit Xbox One last week.
    In the iPhone chart it holds off long-time darling Minecraft, though that title continues to top the iPad Pad ranks. Last week’s iPhone Paid No.1, Trick Shot, drops down the charts to No.9.
    Meanwhile, in the free charts, last week’s iPad free No.1, Star Wars: Uprising, falls to No.5 in the free iPad Top Ten, while in the iPhone charts it falls to No.9.
    Below are the App Store game charts for the week ending September 20th:
    iPhone Paid Top Ten Games:
    1. Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    2. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    3. Monopoly, EA
    4. Heads Up!, Warner Bros
    5. Storage Hunters UK : The Game, UKTV Interactive
    6. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    7. Rugby Nations 16, Distinctive Games
    8. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games
    9. Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    10. Earn to Die 2, Not Doppler

    iPad Paid Top Ten Games:
    1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2. Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    3. Multiplayer Mods for Minecraft, Riovox
    4. Rugby Nations 16, Distinctive Games
    5. Hide N Seek, wang wei
    6. The Sims 3, EA
    7. Terraria, 505 Games
    8. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    9. LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham, Warner Bros.
    10. Scribblenauts Remix, Warner Bros.

    iPhone Free Top Ten Games:
    1. Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    2. Slow Down, Ketchapp
    3. Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    4. 11 Circle, Perfect+
    5. Can you get 11, Perfect+
    6. Score! Hero, First Touch Games
    7. Sky, Ketchapp
    8. Buddyman: Kick 2 Free, Crazylion Studios
    9. Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    10. Auctioneer, Cherrypick Games

    iPad Free Top Ten Games:
    1,; Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    2. Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    3. Slow Down, Ketchapp
    4. Auctioneer, cherrypick games
    5. Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    6. Agar.io, Miniclip.com
    7. Block Craft 3D, Fun Games For Free
    8. Paradise Bay, King.com
    9. Shadowmatic, Triada Studio
    10. Sky, Ketchapp

    by Published on September 16th, 2015 20:55
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    The new Star Wars mobile game Uprising was the best-selling free-to-play title on iPad last week.

    Uprising was released on September 9th and went straight to No.1. It was the seventh best-selling release on iPhone for the week, too.
    Meanwhile, Jonathan Topf’s Trick Shot was No.1 in the iPhone Paid Top Ten for the second week running. The title deposed Minecraft: Pocket Edition last week, and manages this once again. that title was No.6 in the iPad Paid Top Ten, up four places from last week’s No.10.
    Below are the App Store charts for the week ending September 13th:
    iPhone Paid Top Ten:
    1 Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    2 Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    3 Monopoly, EA
    4 Heads Up!, Warner Bros
    5 Storage Hunters UK : The Game, UKTV Interactive
    6 Don't Starve: Pocket Edition, Klei Entertainment
    7 Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    8 The Chase, Barnstorm Games
    9 Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    10 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games

    iPad Paid Top Ten:

    1 Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2 I am Bread, Bossa Studios
    3 Goat Simulator MMO Simulator, Coffee Stain Studios
    4 Goat Simulator, Coffee Stain Studios
    5 Hide N Seek, Wang Wei
    6 Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    7 The Chase, Barnstorm Games
    8 Geometry Dash, RobTop Games AB
    9 Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, Scott Cawthon
    10 Death Run, Wang Wei

    iPhone Free Top Ten:
    1 Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    2 Slow Down, Ketchapp
    3 Matchsticks, Gabriel Silviu Stefan
    4 Can you get 11, Perfect+
    5 Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    6 11 Circle, Perfect+
    7 Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    8 Score! Hero, First Touch Games Ltd.
    9 Block it, Ketchapp
    10 Perfect Shift, Lextre

    iPad Free Top Ten:
    1 Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    2 Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    3 Slow Down, Ketchapp
    4 Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    5 Block Craft 3D, Fun Games For Free
    6 Agar.io, Miniclip.com
    7 Concept Hybrid Car Parking Simulator, Play With Games
    8 Pac-Man 256, Bandai Namco
    9 Infinity Blade III, Chair Entertainment Group
    10 Shopping Jam - Ready, Set, Shop, Sunstorm Interactive

    by Published on September 16th, 2015 20:51
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    2. DCEmu

    Super Mario Maker has made quite the impression during its first week on sale in Japan.
    The Wii U exclusive, which sees players construct their own 2D platforming levels from iconic elements of Nintendo’s flagship franchise, shot to the top of the software rankings, selling over 143,000 units.
    Mario’s ascent knocked the latest in fellow iconic Japanese series Metal Gear Solid from the top spot, with The Phantom Pain on PS4 dropping to fourth. The PS3 version of the game sank to sixth.
    Metal Gear Solid V sold almost a combined 500,000 units in its first week on sale in the country, with last week’s figures easily pushing the game over the half-a-million mark.
    Filling the podium space in MGS5’s stead were new entry Monster Hunter Nikki: PokaPoka Felyne Village DX, a spin-off of Capcom’s highly popular multiplayer franchise, and RPG sequel Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King, which remained in third place despite sales halving.
    No other new entries made the Top Ten last week, with the charts largely maintaining its order from the previous week, excepting the disappearance of Mario Kart 8 and IS 2: Love and Purge.
    Meanwhile, over in the hardware rankings, Wii U was spurred to the top of the heap by Super Mario Maker, sales more than doubling week-on-week.
    It was followed by the New Nintendo 3DS XL and the former week’s star hardware, the PS4. The sales of the latter platform fell by more than 35,000 as MGS5’s magic began to wear off.
    Here is the software Top Ten for the week ending September 13th:

    1. Super Mario Maker (Nintendo) Wii U – 143,514 (New)
    2. Monster Hunter Nikki: PokaPoka Felyne Village DX (Capcom) 3DS – 52,272 (New)
    3. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (Square Enix) 3DS – 45,954
    4. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami) PS4 – 36,765
    5. Yo-Kai Watch Busters: Akaneko-dan / Shiroinu-tai (Level 5) 3DS – 31,399
    6. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami) PS3 – 31,112
    7. Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (Nintendo) 3DS – 17,924
    8. Splatoon (Nintendo) Wii U – 14,676
    9. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (Sony) Vita – 6,655
    10. Rhythm Heaven: The Best+ (Nintendo) 3DS – 6,397

    And here are the hardware rankings:

    1. Wii U – 20,564
    2. New Nintendo 3DS XL – 19,418
    3. PS4 – 18,354
    4. PS Vita – 8,631
    5. New Nintendo 3DS – 3,299
    6. PS3 – 2,083
    7. Nintendo 3DS – 1,181
    8. Nintendo 3DS XL – 826
    9. PS Vita TV – 309
    10. Xbox One – 115
    11. http://www.mcvuk.com/news/read/super...charts/0155943
    by Published on September 14th, 2015 20:55
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    2. Online Deals
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