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    by Published on December 19th, 2014 01:14
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    Amazon Holiday 2014 Last Chance 50%+ Off PS4 and Xbox One Games List!
    Through the day, games have been added and taken away from this very active list of heavily discounted lists on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, 3DS, Wii U, Wii, DS, and PC platforms!
    Highlights include Metal Gear Solid V Ground Heroes for $9.99, NBA 2K15, The Last of Us Remastered, or Diablo III for $29.99, Sunset Overdrive or Forza Horizon 2 for $35, and much more including Drive Club, Just Dance 2015, The Evil Within, Watch Dogs, Rocksmith 2014, and Wolfenstein!
    Check it out:

    • Amazon Video Games 50% Off or More
      • PS4
        • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Heroes - $9.99
        • NBA 2K15 - $29.99
        • Tomb Raider Definitive Edition - $19.99
        • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - $19.99
        • Diablo III - $29.99
        • Plus more...

      • Xbox One
        • Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor - $27.99
        • Forza Horizon 2 - $34.89
        • Titanfall - $25.89
        • Sunset Overdrive - $34.99
        • Just Dance 2014 - $19.99
        • Plus more...

      • Xbox 360
        • GTA V - $29.99
        • Borderlands: The Pre-sequel - $29.99
        • Rocksmith 2014 Edition - $39.99
        • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - $15.99
        • The Evil Within - $29.69
        • Plus more...

      • PS3
        • The Evil Within - $29.99
        • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy IV - $14.99
        • Tales of Xillia 2 - $19.99
        • Need for Speed Rivals Complete Edition - $19.99
        • Battlefield 4 - $15
        • Plus more...

      • Wii U
        • Scribblenauts Unlimited - $25
        • The Wonderful 101- $26.49
        • Just Dance 4 - $13.40
        • Zombie U - $13.99
        • Call of Duty Ghosts - $23.99
        • Plus more...

      • Wii
        • Just Dance 2014 - $28.99
        • LEGO Lord of the Rings - $16.73
        • Plus more...

      • PC
        • Rocksmith 2014 Edition - $39.99
        • Borderlands The Pre-sequel - $33.99
        • Starcraft II Heart of the Swarm - $8
        • Diablo III - $19.99
        • Diablo III Reaper of Souls - $19.99
        • Plus more...

      • 3DS
        • Pokemon White Version 2 - $17.99
        • Mario Golf World Tour - $25.99
        • Paper Mario Sticker Star - $19.95
        • LEGO Legends of Chima - $15
        • Plus more...

      • DS
        • Pokemon White Version 2 - $17.99
        • LEGO Batman 2 DC Super Heroes - $14.96
        • Namco Museum - $14.99
        • Plus more...

      • PS Vita
        • LittleBigPlanet - $19.99
        • Need for Speed Most Wanted - $19.49
        • Uncharted Golden Abyss - $19
        • The Amazing Spiderman - $19.99
        • Gravity Rush - $14.99
        • Plus more...
    by Published on December 12th, 2014 09:38
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    This year, the Amazon 12 Days of Deals do not disappoint. In addition to the Green Monday video game deals that we have obsessively covered, here is a quick summary of the best deals on electronics, music, books, audio, and more as the countdown begins!
    Check it out: Amazon 12 Days of Deals
    To start out with, make sure to check out the featured Gold Box Deals of the Day

    They will shuffle through these deals as they quickly sell out.

    Today, Amazon is featuring over 700 Lightning Deals including 30% off HDTV's, 50% Off stand up paddleboards, 30% off laptops, and price matches on tablet offers! Other Black Friday highlights include $100 off ASUS laptops,PS4 Games 40% Off, Xbox One Games 40% Off and more...
    Amazon Green Monday 2014 Deal Sections:

    by Published on December 12th, 2014 09:32
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    Online retailer Amazon has announced the launch of its new ‘make an offer’ feature, allowing customers to haggle prices.
    More than 150,000 items are included within the new feature, where users can negotiate a cheaper price with the suppliers, prior the payment process. The new feature will expand to hundreds of thousands of items from sellers in 2015.

    If agreed by the seller, the item can be purchased at the decreased price, leaving the customer with a little extra cash in their pocket.
    Retailers can also decline the offer or counter with a different offer, making for a true marketplace-style experience online.
    Peter Farlcy, VP for Amazon Marketplace, said: “In a recent survey of our sellers, nearly half of the respondents told us that the ability to negotiate prices with customers would be important to drive move sales on Amazon.
    “Make an offer delivers that functionality and makes customers feel confident they are getting an item they want at the lowest price possible.”
    Each negotiation is on a one-to-one private basis between he user and the seller, and customers will never pay more than the listed price on the site.
    Businesses interested in participating in the ‘make an offer’ feature can find more information at http://www.amazon.com/b/?node=9076597011 ...
    by Published on December 12th, 2014 08:55
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    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U entered the Japanese charts right at the top this week, making Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire (which have now sold close to 1.8 million copies) down to second place.
    Super Smash Bros. also has the distinction of being the only non-3DS title in this week's top five.

    1. [Wii U] Super Smash Bros. for Wii U - 227,527 (New entry)
    2. [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire (Pokemon, 11/21/14) - 171,813 (Lifetime sales - 1,798,097)
    3. [3DS] Derby Stallion Gold - 73,616 (New entry)
    4. [3DS] Aikatsu! 365-Hi no Idol Days - 33,151 (New entry)
    5. [3DS] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS - 29,670 (1,788,460)

    In hardware the New 3DS XL maintained its spot at number one but the original 3DS move to number two thanks to a boost in sales, pushing it ahead of its successor at number three. Sales for the Wii U almost doubled this week, from 12,496 to 24,469.

    1. New 3DS XL - 63,714 (Last week - 48,738)
    2. 3DS - 38,846 (19,722)
    3. New 3DS - 25,541 (22,875)
    4. Wii U - 24,469 (12,496)
    5. PlayStation Vita - 22,355 (27,935)
    6. 3DS XL - 17,319 (15,182)
    7. PlayStation 4 - 15,971 (13,489)
    8. PlayStation 3 - 5,679 (5,360)
    9. PlayStation Vita TV - 986 (1,285)
    10. Xbox One - 790 (1,237)
    11. Xbox 360 - 189 (108)
    12. PSP - 8 (18)

    http://www.gamesindustry.biz/article...bros-for-wii-u ...
    by Published on December 12th, 2014 08:54
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    Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare was November's biggest seller on the NPD charts but it's Microsoft that's really celebrating. According to NPD figures its Xbox One outsold PlayStation 4 last month.
    "November set a new record for sales of Xbox One, and Xbox One was the best-selling console in the US and UK. Response to the holiday lineup of games on Xbox One was incredible, with Xbox One fans buying more games in November in the U.S. than any other gen eight platform and enjoying over 357 million hours of gameplay globally," Xbox Marketing's corporate VP Mike Nichols said in a statement to media.
    "In fact, more fans logged into Xbox Live across Xbox One and Xbox 360, and enjoyed more entertainment, than any other month in the history of Xbox. We love to see the excitement from our fans and are grateful for their passion, support and contributions to the Xbox community."
    While the Xbox team is no doubt doing a victory dance, sales across all categories were actually down more than ten per cent compared to the same period last year.
    "Overall retail sales across hardware, software, and accessories declined 11 per cent this November versus November 2013," said The NPD Group's Liam Callahan.
    "For the most part throughout 2014, we have seen software declines that were offset by year-over-year increases in hardware spending. This November, however, hardware declines totaled $294 million while software declined $17 million or 2 per cent.
    "Accessory sales increased by a modest $5 million. Currently, year-to-date sales across hardware, software, and accessories through November 2014 are up 2 per cent."
    In hardware, bundles played a large part in sales during November with some new bundles ranking as "the highest selling hardware bundles so far this year" and "one bundle ranking as the highest selling hardware bundle ever based on dollar sales."
    Combined Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sales were 80 per cent higher in November than the combined sales of their predecessors, the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.
    "While the majority of the decrease in dollar sales of hardware stemmed from an expected drop of seventh generation console sales, eighth generation sales also decreased and represented 38 per cent of the total declines in hardware sales from November 2013 to November 2014," said Callahan.
    "Despite a decline in dollar sales, hardware unit sales for eighth generation consoles increased by 3 percent over November 2013."
    In software, the new November launches scored 14 per cent more sales than November 2013's new launches, and the handheld and PC categories got a boost from high profile releases.
    "Software declines stemmed from losses from consoles software as portable software and PC Games software increased over November 2013. Portable software increased by 25 per cent due to the combined performance Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, Pokemon Omega Ruby, and Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS. PC game sales increased by 34 per cent over November 2013 due to The Sims 4 and the launch of World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords Of Draenor."

    by Published on December 10th, 2014 01:22
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    Dragon Age: Inquisition was named Game of the Year at The Game Awards' inaugural ceremony in Las Vegas, but Nintendo was the biggest winner overall.
    Nintendo won four categories in total: Best Sports/Racing Game and Best Family Game for Mario Kart 8, Best Fighting Game for Super Smash Bros. Wii U, and Developer of the Year. That overshadowed EA Bioware, which took home arguably the most important award of all: Game of the Year for Dragon Age: Inquisition, which also won Best RPG.
    The only other games to win more than one award were Ubisoft's Valiant Hearts (Best Narrative and Games for Change) and Bungie's Destiny (Best Online Experience and Best Score/Soundtrack).
    The full list of winners is below:

    • Best Shooter: Far Cry 4
    • Best Action/Adventure: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
    • Best Role Playing Game: Dragon Age: Inquisition
    • Best Fighting Game: Super Smash Bros. Wii U
    • Best Family Game: Mario Kart 8
    • Best Sports/Racing Game: Mario Kart 8
    • Best Online Experience: Destiny
    • Best Mobile/Handheld: Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
    • Best Remaster: Grand Theft Auto V
    • Best Narrative: Valiant Hearts: The Great War
    • Best Score/Soundtrack: Destiny
    • Best Independent Game: Shovel Knight
    • Games for Change: Valiant Hearts: The Great War
    • eSports Player of the Year: Matt "NaDeSHot" Haag - Call of Duty
    • eSports Team of the Year: Ninjas in Pyjamas - Counter-Strike GO
    • Trending Gamer: TotalBiscuit
    • Best Fan Creation: Twitch Plays Pokemon
    • Developer of the Year: Nintendo
    • Best Performance: Trey Parker, South Park: The Stick of Truth
    • Most Anticipated Game: The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt
    • Game of the Year: Dragon Age: Inquisition
    by Published on December 10th, 2014 01:21
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    FIFA 15 has returned to number one in the UK software chart, after Ubisoft Reflections' The Crew failed to mount a serious challenge in a thin week for new releases.
    The Crew - an open-world racing game that Ubisoft withheld from reviewers until launch day due to the importance of online play - entered the chart in sixth, leaving older releases to duke it out for the five places above.
    EA's evergreen football franchise was the biggest beneficiary of the spartan release schedule, hitting number one for the first time in six weeks. Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham showed the biggest gains, leaping from 19th to 5th on the back of retailer promotions.
    Charts courtesy of UKIE and Chart-Track Gfk.

    by Published on December 4th, 2014 21:14
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    Six new entries in the Japanese top ten this week but none them could challenge the might of Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire. The highest new entry, Phantasy Star Nova, was still 191,300 units behind the Pokemon combo.

    1. [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire - 298,613 (Lifetime sales - 1,626,284)
    2. [PSV] Phantasy Star Nova - 107,313 (New entry)
    3. [3DS] Etrian Odyssey Untold II: Knight of Fafnir - 59,531 (New entry)
    4. [PSV] Fate/hollow ataraxia - 53,979 (New entry)
    5. [PS3] Resident Evil - 50,258 (New entry)

    In hardware PlayStation Vita moved up to second place, possibly thanks to a boost from the new Phantasy Star Nova title.

    1. New 3DS XL - 48,738 (Last week - 42,184)
    2. PlayStation Vita - 27,935 (10,236)
    3. New 3DS - 22,875 (26,791)
    4. 3DS - 19,722 (8,144)
    5. 3DS XL - 15,182 (11,534)
    6. PlayStation 4 - 13,489 (12,430)
    7. Wii U - 12,496 (9,615)
    8. PlayStation 3 - 5,360 (4,324)
    9. PlayStation Vita TV - 1,285 (621)
    10. Xbox One - 1,237 (776)
    11. Xbox 360 - 108 (100)
    12. PSP - 18 (11)

    http://www.gamesindustry.biz/article...japanese-chart ...
    by Published on December 2nd, 2014 23:24
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    A rush of Black Friday sales for last generation formats has propelled Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to number one on the UK retail chart, as well as giving it the highest ever Black Friday sales total for any game in the UK.
    Sales for the game were up 110 per cent on last week, which saw CoD replaced at number one by the new-gen reissue of GTA V. This week, the situation is reversed, with GTA swapping places with CoD and taking third. An incredible 67 per cent of Black Friday week sales of Advanced Warfare were for PS3 and Xbox 360, thanks to some aggressive discounting.
    EA's FIFA also saw the benefit of the weekend's sales, jumping up to second in a race with GTA which saw it triumph by just 1,500 copies. Far Cry swaps places with the football sim to land fourth, just ahead of Unity.
    Fifth and sixth this week are new entries, with Pokemons Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby nestling in together for the biggest Pokemon launch week ever, whilst Drive Club springs from 33rd to eighth. The Wii U release of Super Smash Bros, touted as a potential sea-change for Wii U sales along the same lines as Mario Kart 8, only managed 13th, even when combined with sales on 3DS.
    Charts are courtesy of UKIE and Chart-Track Gfk.

    by Published on December 1st, 2014 11:44
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    Amazon continues their Cyber Monday video game deals with the official start of Cyber Monday! Find Cyber Monday video game deals on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS, PC, and PS Vita platforms with new additions to their featured deals and competitive price matches for Sunday - Cyber Monday! Five of the featured/promoted video game deals come from Blizzard Entertainment. Check it out: Amazon Cyber Monday Video Game DealsCyber Monday Video game deal highlights and top picks include:
    • Dragon Age Inquisition - $44.99 (Deal of the Day)
    • Theatrythythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call - $19.99
    • Tomb Raider Definitive Edition - $19.99
    • Diablo III
    • Sniper Elite III - $19.99
    • PLUS MORE...

    Check it out:Amazon Cyber Monday 2014 Deal Sections:

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