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The top 50 best selling games in Japan has went live in for the Media Create, see all the games past the link.
The Japanese Media Create sales charts are in. And the Wii U sales skyrocket to 38,000k due to the new Japanese bundles. Wii Party U has helped as well, as the game hit the sixth spot on the charts. However, the 3DS is still king, along with Pokemon. Get the full charts below.
Best Buy currently has the Blue Nintendo 3DS XL for $179.99, that’s a savings of $20 from the regular $199.99 price tag. See the deal below.
Japan just loves the 3DS. Since 2011, the 3DS just continues to dominate the sales charts. Once again the Tomodachi Collection, Shin Megami Tensei 4, Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon, and Animal Crossing all find themselves in the top 10. While the 3DS leads the way for hardware. Get the full sales charts below.
The Japanese Media Create sales are in and the Tomodachi Collection has slithered it’s way back to the top after being outdone by Shin Megami Tensei 4. Get the full software and hardware charts below.
The Xbox One’s disappointing reveal has shot up sales of the Wii U on Amazon.com. The system was at #390 before the conference, but now has shot up to #40 due to Microsoft’s glorified TV box.
Summon Night 5, a PSP game has topped the Media Create charts in Japan, while the 3DS is still number one. However, the numbers are done across the board for software and hardware.
Metro Last Light is the top selling piece of software in the UK this week, despite sales being vastly under Metro 2033′s numbers in 2010.
Nintendo platforms once again dominate the Japanese sales charts, as the 3DS and Tomodachi Collection win the hardware and software battle.
Daniel Loeb is the CEO of third Point, and he’s also the largest investor in Sony’s business. Loeb has over $1.1 billion in shares with the company, that is 6.5%. He wants Sony to split the Sony Entertainment business from Sony Electronics.
Who says single-player games are dead? Publisher 2K Games has stated that BioShock Infinite has sold 3.7 million units to date.
Square Enix has posted their financial year ending in March 31st, and it’s not good. The firm reported a ¥13.7 billion loss citing a “competitive” console market as the reason for the failure.
If you haven’t heard of No More Heroes creator Suda 51′s parent company GungHo. I think you will now after you learn how much money these guys make and the impact it could have on Suda’s development team Grasshopper Manufacture.
The President and CEO of Activision, Bobby Kotick, has stated that the PS4 and Xbox 720 could face similar challenges the Nintendo is facing right now with Wii U. Tablets and smartphones provide gaming at cheap affordable prices.
Sega has released their financial results for the year ending in March, and it shows strong profit across the board.
Capcom might be taking a quality vs quantity approach to it’s new business plan. The firm will have less titles hitting the platform, more DLC, and focus on in house development.
Konami has posted its fiscal year results for the year ending in March, and there was a decrease in revenue by 15% compared to last year. However, the Digital Entertainment division posted an increase of 17% compared to last year.
Namco Bandai has released it’s fiscal year results for the year ending in March, and it’s looking pretty good. Revenue is at ¥32 billion ($324 million) compared to ¥19 billion ($192 million) the prior year.
Sony has finally revealed their financial results for the fiscal year of 2012 and it paints a rocky but somewhat promising future.
The Japanese Media Create Charts are in and all of the home consoles saw a nice boost in sales due to the holiday going on in Japan right now. On the software side, Tomodachi Collection is back on top. Check out the full charts past the link.
Capcom told investors at the latest investor meeting that they full expect the cost of development to rise significantly with the next round of consoles.
While Nintendo gets more doom articles than anybody these days. What’s swept under the rug are the other console manufacturers struggles in the console space. The PS3 is widely looked at as a success for Sony because of the brainwashing of tools like Michael Pachter. However, the PS3 lost Sony billions of dollars over the course of it’s lifetime. didn’t net them much profit over the course of its life.
XSEED Games, the publishers that brought us the fantastic ‘The Last Story’ and Pandora’s Tower, has been absorbed into Marvelous USA. The firm will be intact as the Japanese companies American distributor.
Remember when Nintendo’s big wigs took a 50% pay cut because of the 3DS being dropped in price and failing to meet expectations? It looks like Sony’s executives took a page out of Nintendo’s books, as many of the top brass will not be accepting their salary bonuses.
Nintendo has a new hit with the Tomodachi Collection: New Life, the game topped the charts once again in the Media Create charts. The game has already reach 550,000 units sold in Japan alone since it was released two weeks ago. Get the full charts below.
Playeressence’s second community opinion piece is here. Ricard Julianti is back to bring another well written, formulated opinion on the gaming industry. Check it out past the link. It’s a must read.
Nintendo’s President and CEO Satoru Iwata has shed more light on to why so many of Nintendo’s first party games have been delayed. The CEO told investors that Wii U launch titles require “more development resources than expected.”
Square Enix is going through a rough time right now. The latest report has confirmed lay-offs have hit both it’s European and UK operations.
Nintendo is seeing huge growth in it’s digital business, as sales have more than doubled from year-on-year.
EA is starting to unload damn near every employee they have, as they gear up to spend millions on the PS4 and Xbox 720 development.
Tomodachi Collection: New Life absolutely killed it in the Japanese Media Create charts this week from April 15th to 21st. The game moved a staggering 404,858 for the Nintendo 3DS, while sales of the 3DS LL surged from last weeks totals. Check out the full list below.
Nintendo has posted a full-year profit of ¥7 billion for 2012, however, that is only half of the firm’s projected ¥14 billion projection. But this is a welcomed improvement over the ¥43.2 billion loss sustained last year. Check out the full report below.