Aussie game charts: November 2-8
An old friend returns to the charts down under.
An old friend returns to the charts down under.
Nintendo's latest minigame compilation debuts to nearly septuple-platinum sales.
Nintendo of America CEO says DS experience cannot be replicated on an iPod; PSP Go has a "fundamental concept problem."
School's in, and so are some of the best gaming gifts for the students, teachers, and classmates on your shopping list.
TGS 2009: Konami's action adventure, Nintendo's racer deemed top titles of last year by the CESA; Peace Walker, FFXIII, Assassin's Creed II among best up-and-comers.
Madden, Wii Sports Resort, Batman stand atop console top 20, while the Sims and World of Warcraft duke it out for PC supremacy...again.
1.9M units of EA's footballer couldn't prevent double-digit decline; analysts believe Sony has hit "sweet spot" with $299 PS3 Slim; Arkham Asylum, Wii Sports Resort score, while Wolfenstein, G.I. Joe ...
NPD reports game industry's fifth straight month of double-digit decline; hardware down 47%, software 26%; Nintendo and EA titles claim entire top 10 best-seller list.
Slowing hardware market, lack of hit new releases, currency fluctuation batter Mario maker's first fiscal quarter; worldwide Wii total tops 52 million.
ChartSpot: NPD's rankings of US game sales from January to June show EA's sim sequel edging out WOW expansion on PC charts with over 820K sold; Nintendo takes half of ...
Prototype tops NPD's monthly non-PC top 20 with nearly 600,000 units, while Ghostbusters just misses the top 10; Sims 3 new PC king, Spore Galactic Adventures opens strong.
[UPDATE] Analysts' fears exceeded as hardware sales nosedive 38 percent year-on-year--but rise monthly; DS still sells 766,500 as Activision's superhero platformer swoops off with nearly 600,000.
It will probably come as no surprise to know that Nintendo is currently leading the charge for gaming in the UK. Wii Fit, Nintendo's family-orientated fitness programme, was at the ...
Japanese, Californian, and Quebecois shops ranked as most powerful studios by Game Developer magazine; Rockstar North, EA Canada, Konami, Valve, Epic, EA Tiburon, and Treyarch round out top 10.
New Super Mario Bros., Mario Kart DS, Call of Duty games round out NPD Group's top 20 accounting of month's non-PC retail software sales; World of Warcraft dominates PC charts.
Domestic industry sales slide 23% as THQ's MMA debut pounds out 1 million units on PS3 and 360; DS hardware king as Nintendo's console marks another domestic sales milestone.
E3 2009: Nikkei.net's English service says new version of fitness-game phenomenon will ship in fall across Pacific; Japanese version hints at new Mario game during second half of year.
Second monthly double-digit decline trims US game sales to $1.03 billion; Wii Fit, Pokemon Platinum, Mario Kart Wii, Wii Play, Mario Kart DS, and New Super Mario all finish in ...
Annual list of world's most bankable development houses topped by the WOW machine; Nintendo bumped into second place.
Nintendo reveals new stats for 27 first-party platinum sellers; Nintendogs hits 22.2 million, New Super Mario Bros. 18.4 million, Wii Fit 18.2 million, Mario Kart Wii 15.4 million.
Mario maker banks $2.83 billion in net income, $6 billion operating profit; 26 million Wiis, 31 million DSs, 16 million Wii Fits sold during last fiscal year.
Japanese industry tracker Enterbrain heralds new milestone for Nintendo's console in region; Wii Sports, Wii Fit lead software.
Capcom's PS3/360 zombie apocalypse a big hit despite US game-industry nosedive; Halo Wars and Pokemon score, GTA: Chinatown Wars doesn't break top 10.
[UPDATE] Nintendo president Satoru Iwata's GDC keynote address reveals Link's new portable adventure, Wii sales stats, console's "complete storage solution" SD-card compatibility; full Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks trailer inside.
[UPDATE] Demand for Nintendo's console and Capcom's long-awaited fighter helps monthly game sales top $1.47 billion; Killzone 2 guns down 323,000.
Spring has sprung, 2009 is here, and we have the best games and gadgets you could ever find at the end of the rainbow.
Mario Kart Wii knocks Wii Fit from the top to claim glory.
US gaming industry sales climb 13 percent to $1.33 billion, led by Nintendo's fitness trainer; Left 4 Dead, Call of Duty, World Tour, Skate 2 among other top sellers.
Rockstar's opus takes the top prize from retailer trade group; World at War and Wii Fit garner three awards each.
Modern Warfare nets seven nods in extended Brit game awards; GTAIV, Fable II, Little Big Planet.
Top Global Markets anoints power plumber's day at the races as best-selling international game of the year; Wii Fit logs 8.31M, GTAIV hits 7.29M.
Wii Sports "sells" in excess of 40 million; 11 of the publisher's internally developed games exceed the 10-million milestone mark.
Sony Europe's sandbox platformer receives 10 nods for 12th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards, to be handed out Feb. 19 at the DICE Summit in Vegas.
Nintendo dominates top-10 game list in Australia for 2008.
US retailers rack up another record year as Nintendo dominates hardware and software charts; Sony sees December system sales shrink.
Rockstar's crime-spree sim tops Rentrak's annual rental top 10, which sports seven 360 games and three Wii games; PS3 MIA.
Find out what our picks are for the best games of 2008 and vote for your favorites!
[UPDATE] Nintendo's console reigns supreme in hardware, more than doubling Xbox 360; Gears 2, COD: World at War top software; top-20 games.
There are more great games than ever on store shelves... That's why GameSpot has put together the 2008 edition of its Holiday Gift Guide!
US gaming industry sees 18 percent year-over-year growth to $1.31 billion; Fable II tops software, Wii retains hardware crown.
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