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Submitted by donniebaseball 808d ago | news

NPD: BioShock, Tomb Raider can't save March US sales from 10% decline

The NPD Group has released its retail sales report for the month of March, and while some analysts had predicted growth, it was not to be. Total industry sales fell 10 percent year-on-year to $992.5 million, as hardware sales fell 32 percent to $221.6 million, but total software sales (including PC games) inched up two percent to $602.4 million. (BioShock: Infinite, Industry)

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GraveLord  +   808d ago
Glad to see Bioschock in the #1 position. Now please drop down to $40 so my broke ass can consider buying it :D

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