AU Shippin' Out April 18-21: Portal 2
Rekindle the relationship with your Companion Cube this week.
High Voltage lays off 25
Studio behind Conduit 2, Tournament of Legends trims payroll, projects in development continue as scheduled.
Sega bundling violent three-pack
House of the Dead: Overkill, MadWorld, and The Conduit bundled into one package for Australia and New Zealand.
Sega still open to core Wii games
Company president and COO Mike Hayes says Nintendo's massive installed base allows even niche markets to be successful; The Conduit sells 150K worldwide.
Sega Sammy posts $108 million April-June loss
Publisher's gaming division revenues plummet 40%; Conduit racks up 150,000 in sales as Virtua Tennis serves up 790,000; PS2 support apparently discontinued.
Conduit, Grand Slam Tennis feel June gloom, Red Faction hits 267,000
Sega's core sci-fi shooter sells under 72,000; EA's first tennis game fouls out with 54,000 sold as THQ's acclaimed sci-fi shooter only sells 67,600 units on PS3; Call of Juarez ...
ChartSpot: June 2009
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.
Shippin' Out June 21-27: Transformers, Fight Night Round 4
Knock 'em, sock 'em robots and ring generals lead a busy week at retail along with the Conduit, Spore expansion, Resident Evil Archives, and new Shin Megami Tensei and Overlord ...
The Conduit Nintendo Press Conference Trailer Impressions
Nintendo shows a quick glimpse of The Conduit in trailer form during its E3 2009 press conference.
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