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    by Published on January 27th, 2015 00:41
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    Grand Theft Auto V is once again No.1 in the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
    This is the seventh time that Rockstar's crime title has take the top spot, meaning it has more No.1s than any other Grand Theft Auto title.
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare returns to second place, while FIFA 15 drops to third with a ten per cent sales decline.
    But Advanced Warfare isn't the only Call of Duty title in the Top Five – 2013's Ghosts shoots up the charts from No.30 to fifth place with a 401 per cent boost in sales. This is thanks to a retailer promotion.
    Ubisoft's Far Cry 4 slips two places to sixth position, while its online racer The Crew drops four places to No.10 with a 22 per cent dip in sales last week.
    Meanwhile both Minecraft SKUs drop down the chart ever so slightly – the Xbox Edition drops to No.7, with sales declining four per cent, while the PlayStation Edition falls to ninth place after a three per cent drop in sales.
    And this week there are some new releases. Deep Silver's PS4 and Xbox One re-release of Saints Row IV and new standalone expansion – Re-Elected/Gat Out of Hell – debuts in fourth place.
    Further down the chart, Big Ben's sports title Rugby 15 debuts in eighth place.
    Below is the software Top Ten for the week ending January 24th:
    1. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    2. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision Blizzard)
    3. FIFA 15 (EA)
    4. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected/Gat out of Hell (Deep Silver)
    5. Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision Blizzard)
    6. Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft)
    7. Minecraft: Xbox Edition (Microsoft)
    8. Rugby 15 (Koch Media)
    9. Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (Sony)
    10. The Crew (Ubisoft)


    by Published on January 25th, 2015 22:12
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    by Published on January 22nd, 2015 21:07
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    Xbox One sales hit a new low in Japan last week, selling just 300 units within the time frame.
    Games Industry calls attention to the abysmal figure, along with the fact that the console has been the tenth best (lowest) selling device on Media Create's hardware chart for two straight weeks.
    To compare, the hardware category's ninth place finisher PlayStation Vita TV sold 682 units, and the original 3DS sold 4,328 units to finish in eighth.
    Microsoft expressed disappointment back in October at lackluster sales of Xbox One in Japan, but promised to continue its efforts in reaching a substantial audience within the region. However, the latest numbers confirm the worst week for the console since its launched in the country last September.
    You'll find the full chart below:

    1. New 3DS XL: 25,299
    2. PlayStation Vita: 16,823
    3. PlayStation 4: 15,480
    4. New 3DS: 9,916
    5. Wii U: 8,894
    6. PlayStation 3: 7,036
    7. 3DS LL: 4,776
    8. 3DS: 4,238
    9. PlayStation Vita TV: 682
    10. Xbox One: 300

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    by Published on January 19th, 2015 22:10
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    Rockstar’s best-selling crime title has held onto the top spot in spite of a sales decline.
    Sales of Grand Theft Auto V dipped by 29 per cent week-on-week, according to GfK Chart-Track data.
    Unsurprisingly, the lion’s share of these sales came from November's next-gen re-release. 52 per cent of units sold were for PS4, while 38 per cent were on Xbox One.
    With a lack of new releases this week, the Top Ten is largely made up of the same games as last week. FIFA 15 rises to second place, while Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare drops one position to third.
    Both console Minecraft SKUs are still in the Top Ten – the Xbox Edition rises three places to fifth position, while the PlayStation Edition holds onto seventh place.
    Further down the charts, the first Disney Infinity game re-enters the Top 40, returning to No.33 with a 250 per cent increase in sales week-on-week. This was due to a retailer promotion.
    Here’s the Top Ten for the week ending January 17th:
    1. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    2. FIFA 15 (EA)
    3. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision Blizzard)
    4. Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft)
    5. Minecraft: Xbox Edition (Microsoft)
    6. The Crew (Ubisoft)
    7. Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (Sony)
    8. Assassin’s Creed: Unity (Ubisoft)
    9. Destiny (Activision Blizzard)
    10. LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (Warner Bros)

    by Published on January 16th, 2015 21:17
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    Microsoft’s Xbox One was the best-selling console in the US throughout December 2014, the platform holder has revealed.
    It mirrors not only the success it had the month before but also in December 2013. It also sold more games than PS4 throughout the period and average weekly sales were better than those posted by Xbox 360 at the same point in its life.
    However, for 2014 as a whole it was PS4 that emerged as the best-selling console in not only the US but also worldwide. PS4 is now the fastest selling console in PlayStation history and sold 4.1m units worldwide over the Christmas period.
    Continuing the cheer, it was a also a decent month for Nintendo with Wii U selling more in December than it has in any previous month, jumping 29 per cent year-on-year. Software sales climbed 75 per cent compared to December 2013.
    NPD numbers show that US games console hardware sales overall were down in December from $1.37bn in 2013 to $1.31bn. For 2014 as a whole, however, hardware jumped 20 per cent to $5.07bn.
    Software sales fell 13 per cent to $5.30bn although, as with the UK, the legitimacy of the numbers is always open to question.
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the best-selling title of both December and 2014 as a whole.
    Here’s the US December Top Ten:
    1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision)
    2. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    3. Madden NFL 15 (EA)
    4. Super Smash Bros (Nintendo)
    5. NBA 2K15 (2K Games)
    6. Minecraft (Microsoft/Sony)
    7. Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft)
    8. Just Dance 2015 (Ubisoft)
    9. Destiny (Activision)
    10. FIFA 15 (EA)

    And the annual 2014 Top Ten (for new physical releases)
    1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision)
    2. Madden NFL 15
    3. Destiny (Activision)
    4. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    5. Minecraft (Microsoft/Sony)
    6. Super Smash Bros (Nintendo)
    7. NBA 2K15 (2K Games)
    8. Watch Dogs (Ubisoft)
    9. FIFA 15 (EA)
    10. Call Of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)

    by Published on January 14th, 2015 22:49
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    2012 3DS release Animal Crossing: New Leaf broke back into the Japanese Top Ten last week, according to the latest data from Famitsu.
    The zoological life-simulation title, which came out in Japan on November 8th 2012, made the number 10 spot in the software chart, with sales likely boosted by post-Christmas price cuts.
    At the other end of the rankings Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi continued its winning run, while Pocket Monster (Pokémon over here in the UK) Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire retained its second-place spot.
    The rest of the chart remained similar to the past few weeks, with a dearth of new games contributing to a relatively slow week for Japanese games retail.
    However, another stand-out return to the chart is the PS4 edition of Rockstar’s crime opus Grand Theft Auto V, which sat in eight place below Nintendo kart racer Mario Kart 8.
    Over in the hardware chart, the PlayStation Vita overtook the New version of Nintendo’s standard 3DS. The New Nintendo 3DS LL (XL) remained steadily in first place.
    Lower down, Sony’s PS3 last-generation console sat above the XL edition of the 3DS, while the original 3DS took sixth position.
    Here’s the software Top Ten for the week ending January 11th:

    1. Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi (Level 5) 3DS – 74,816
    2. Pocket Monster Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (Pokémon Company) 3DS – 46,305
    3. Super Smash Bros for 3DS (Nintendo) 3DS – 29,391
    4. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom) 3DS – 21,498
    5. Super Smash Bros for Wii U (Nintendo) Wii U – 20,463
    6. Yokai Watch 2: Ganso/Honke (Level 5) 3DS – 12,244
    7. Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo) Wii U – 10,779
    8. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar) PS4 – 8,122
    9. Gundam Breaker 2 (Bandai Namco) Vita – 7,763
    10. Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo) 3DS – 7,521

    And here’s the hardware Top Ten:

    1. New Nintendo 3DS LL – 34,683
    2. PS Vita – 23,964
    3. New Nintendo 3DS – 17,695
    4. PS4 – 16,716
    5. Wii U – 13,155
    6. Nintendo 3DS – 11,320
    7. PS3 – 7,245
    8. Nintendo 3DS LL – 6,402
    9. PS Vita TV – 807
    10. Xbox One – 637

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    by Published on January 12th, 2015 22:31
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    Rockstar’s latest has once again become the UK’s biggest-selling game, despite sales more than halving last week.
    According to the latest Ukie Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track, Grand Theft Auto V saw unit sales drop 51 per cent in the second week of 2015 – but managed to climb above Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which similarly saw sales drop by more than half, plummeting 61 per cent.
    The feat marks GTA V’s fifth Number One, and ends Advanced Warfare’s sixth week on top; the shooter finished the week in second place.
    In a week bereft of new releases, EA’s annual football release FIFA 15 followed the trend set by GTA and Call of Duty, seeing sales fall 51 per cent.
    The title held onto its third place spot, failing to extend on its eight week run at Number One.
    One of the only titles to have launched so far in 2015, Nintendo's Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, suffered heavily in its second week, diving from its debut position of 16 to cling onto the Top 40 in 40th place.
    In a relatively slow week for the UK games industry, Ubisoft’s 2013 Assassin’s Creed instalment, Black Flag, managed to outdo the across-the-board slump.
    The historical stealth-action sequel rose from number 27 in the charts to sit just outside of the Top Ten at 11.
    This is largely thanks to a spike in sales of the Assassin’s Creed Unity Xbox One hardware bundle, which additionally includes the Kinect camera and this year’s Assassin’s Creed follow-up – Assassin’s Creed Unity – in addition to a copy of Black Flag.
    Here’s the Top Ten for the week ending January 10th:

    1. Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar)
    2. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision)
    3. FIFA 15 (EA)
    4. Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft)
    5. The Crew (Ubisoft)
    6. Assassin’s Creed Unity (Ubisoft)
    7. Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (Sony)
    8. Minecraft: Xbox Edition (Microsoft)
    9. Destiny (Activision)
    10. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (Warner Bros)

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    by Published on January 6th, 2015 22:11
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    Level 5's insanely popular Yokai Watch series continues to rule the Japanese charts, according to market data provided by Famitsu.
    A new version of Yokai Watch 2, Shinuchi, topped the charts selling 265,226 units. This is the game's third week in the charts, and is a considerable reduction on the 1.2m units it sold in its first week on sale.
    Meanwhile, Yokai Watch 2: Ganso and Honke, sold a combined 34,336 units, and took eighth place this week.

    Pokémon remakes Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire took second place, selling 144,435 copies between them. This is ahead of both SKUs of Super Smash Bros. The 3DS version of Nintendo's brawler charted ahead of the Wii U edition, selling 10,917 more units.

    In the hardware charts, the Nintendo's New 3DS LL was the best seller, shifting 118,736 units. This is double the number of New 3DS units sold, which shifted 55,338 units and took second place. It's unsurprising that it's this hardware that continues to sell well, given that six of the Top Ten are for the platform.
    Below are the software charts from December 22nd to December 28th:

    1. Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi (Level 5) 3DS - 265,226
    2. Pocket Monster Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (Pokémon Company) 3DS – 144,435
    3. Super Smash Bros (Nintendo) 3DS – 97,669
    4. Super Smash Bros (Nintendo) Wii U – 86,752
    5. Final Fantasy Explorers (Square Enix) 3DS – 48,360
    6. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom) 3DS – 46,471
    7. Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo) Wii U – 43,564
    8. Yokai Watch 2: Ganso/Honke (Level 5) 3DS – 34,336
    9. Maho-ka Koko no Rettosei: Out of Order (Bandai Namco) Vita – 27,639 (NEW)
    10. Gundam Breaker 2 (Bandai Namco) Vita – 23,655

    And the hardware charts for the same period:

    1. New Nintendo 3DS LL – 118,736
    2. New Nintendo 3DS – 55,338
    3. Wii U – 48,927
    4. PS Vita – 39,290
    5. PS4 – 30,145
    6. Nintendo 3DS LL – 23,315
    7. Nintendo 3DS – 20,962
    8. PS3 – 10,142
    9. PS VitaTV – 1,235
    10. Xbox One – 815
    11. PSP – 94


    by Published on January 5th, 2015 22:07
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    Three of 2014’s biggest games have held their UK retail podium positions as we kick off the New Year.
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare kept its place as the UK’s biggest-selling game for last week, despite sales more than halving.
    This means Activision’s shooter has now achieved six weeks at number one – besting predecessor Call of Duty: Ghosts’ record by a week.
    Rockstar’s PS4 and Xbox One relaunch of Grand Theft Auto V has helped keep the open-world crime title at number two, with sales similarly falling by almost half after the rush of Boxing Day sales week.
    FIFA 15 fills out the Top Three, sales again dropping by more than half.
    Two of the latest efforts from Ubisoft – Far Cry 4 and Assassin’s Creed Unity – swapped positions, the former taking fourth position and the latter one space lower. Meanwhile, fellow Ubisoft property The Crew sticks in sixth place.
    A mere 3,000 units separate Destiny, in seventh place, from the Xbox edition of Minecraft, at number 10. WWE 2K15 and DriveClub plug the gap, at eight and nine respectively.
    Nintendo’s release of Wii U exclusive Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker debuts at number 16th.

    Here is the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top Ten for the week ending January 3rd:
    1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
    2. Grand Theft Auto V
    3. FIFA 15
    4. Far Cry 4
    5. Assassin’s Creed Unity
    6. The Crew
    7. Destiny
    8. WWE 2K15
    9. DriveClub
    10. Minecraft: Xbox Edition

    by Published on January 3rd, 2015 22:37
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    The Entertainment Retailer’s Association has once again revealed the 20 best selling video games, movies and albums of 2014 in the UK.
    And not a single parent will be surprised to discover that Disney’s Frozen tops the list. That movie sold a staggering 4.012m copies last year, which is 1.34m ahead of its nearest rival.
    And that nearest rival? Well that was FIFA 15. EA’s soccer title is now firmly established as the UK’s biggest video game, it sold 2.663m copies last year, well ahead of third placed Call of Duty: Advance Warfare which sold a still impressive 1.837m units.
    In total, there were five video games in the charts. Grand Theft Auto V managed sixth place in its second year in the chart, shifting 1.34m copies. And then there’s the two big new IPs. Destiny at No.14 with 937,235 games sold and Watch Dogs at No.18 with 728,683 units shifted.
    All of these sales are based purely on physical unit sales sold through retail. We would imagine a number of digital games (Clash of Clans, Flappy Bird and, of course, Minecraft) would have made this list, if only we had a means to accurately track their sales.

    Here is the list in full:

    1. Frozen – Disney (4,012,676 units sold)
    2. FIFA 15 – EA (2,663,296 units sold)
    3. Call of Duty: Advance Warfare – Activision Blizzard (1,837,025 units sold)
    4. Ed Sheeran’s X – Warner Music (1,753,226 units sold)
    5. The Hobbit: The Desolution of Smaug – Warner Home Video (1,550,635 units sold)
    6. Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar (1,341,472 units sold)
    7. Sam Smith’s In the Lonely Hour – Universal Music (1,296,295 units sold)
    8. The LEGO Movie – Warner Home Video (1,092,486 units sold)
    9. The Hunger Games – Catching Fire – Elevation Sales (1,078,911 units sold)
    10. Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie – Universal Pictures (1,056,960 units sold)
    11. Now That’s What I Call Music 89 – Sony Music/Universal Music (999,201 units sold)
    12. Guardians of the Galaxy – Walt Disney Studios (992,818 units sold)
    13. Frozen Soundtrack – Universal Music (974,067 units sold)
    14. Destiny – Activision Blizzard (937,235 units sold)
    15. Gravity – Warner Home Video (915, 355 units sold)
    16. The Wolf of Wall Street – Universal Pictures (888,621)
    17. The Inbetweeners 2 – Channel 4 DVD (849,859)
    18. Watch Dogs – Ubisoft (808,799)
    19. Now That’s What I Call Music 88 – Sony Music/Universal Music (728,683)
    20. George Ezra’s Wanted on Voyage – Sony Music – 704,069

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