It seems people were really anticipating the release of Football Manager 2011 last week by making it the best selling title for the week ending November 6th, while FIFA 11 stays in second, Fable III gets knocked down into third place.
New Vegas has been dethroned from the top of the charts and even FIFA 11 has overtaken it by moving into second place, leaving Fable III to sit pretty at Number One, just one of four new entries in the top ten. The X Factor game could only muster 37th place out of the top 40 with the best new entry outside of the top ten being The Sims 3: Late Night at 15.
The all format, all prices charts for week ending October 23rd sees no surprise as Fallout: New Vegas takes the top spot, knocking Medal of Honor down into second. Professor Layton‘s latest outing did relatively well by gong in at fourth place, but the ones that’s didn’t quite make it into the top ten may be not that surprising. Vanquish may seem like a fast action futuristic shooter, but quick lived due to no multiplayer and replayability being not too high.
The all format, all prices chart for week ending October 16th. Medal of Honor FIFA 11 Just Dance 2 Wii Party Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 F1 2010 Dead Rising 2 HALO: Reach Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Chart info ©ELSPA 2010.
The all format, all prices chart for week ending October 2nd. FIFA 11 F1 2010 Dead Rising 2 Halo: Reach Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 Sports Champions Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Toy Story 3 Civilization V Chart info ©ELSPA 2010.
As you may already know, Treyarch confirmed the rumours of zombies being featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops and the gameplay of which the zombies will be featured is an up to four player co-op mode. “Zombies have been such a hit with our community that we were committed to bringing brand new zombie experiences to Call of Duty: Black Ops,” says Treyarch Studio Head, Mark Lamia. “We’ve taken extra special care to retain the essential ingredients of our Zombie game, and have also crafted a nice surprise for the fans.”
Illusionware Games are looking for a sponsor for their first title, Roll Hamster, Roll in order to get it published. There isn’t much info at the moment except for a trailer, so take a look and see what you think…
The all format, all prices chart for week ending September 18th. HALO: REACH SPORTS CHAMPIONS MAFIA II TOY STORY 3 PRINCE OF PERSIA: THE FORGOTTEN SANDS TOM CLANCY’S H.A.W.X. 2 KANE & LYNCH 2: DOG DAYS JUST DANCE TIGER WOODS PGA TOUR 11 RED DEAD REDEMPTION Chart info ©ELSPA 2010.
The all format, all prices chart for week ending September 11th. MAFIA II TOM CLANCY’S H.A.W.X. 2 KANE & LYNCH 2: DOG DAYS TOY STORY 3 TETRIS PARTY DELUXE SPIDER-MAN: SHATTERED DIMENSIONS KINGDOM HEARTS: BIRTH BY SLEEP R.U.S.E. PRINCE OF PERSIA: THE FORGOTTEN SANDS RED DEAD REDEMPTION Chart info ©ELSPA 2010.
Lots to play on DSiWare and WiiWare this week, so here’s the info. Jazzy Billiards (ARC SYSTEM GAMES, 500 Nintendo DSi Points) Enjoy a traditional game of nine-ball pool either against a computer, or a friend, while listening to smooth jazz in Jazzy Billiards. Both opponents must hit the balls on the table in ascending order – whoever can sink the nine-ball first wins. Jazzy Billiards features an intuitive control scheme that takes full advantage of the Nintendo DSi stylus and touch screen, simulating realistic ball strikes. Simply point the stylus in the direction of the the cue ball, aim, then use the stylus to pull back the cue stick and hit the ball. You can even control how hard you hit each ball with the stylus.