CoffeewithGames.Blogspot.com shows the Amazon.com sale ranks for both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Skate 3.
Which version was selling better over the 24 day period?
bought it today, loving it.
Have you tried the online yet? Oh yea, what version did you get?
someone really went out of their way and made a random skate sales chart for amazon only? lmao
would be me! I don't think there are any other sites with hourly updated sales, like Amazon.com has...if so, let me know and I'll use it for future charts! I don't know if you've seen my Wii "data" stories, but I don't think the PS3 and Xbox 360 have player usage stats. I like stats/data, as I think it shows what games are being played and the potential for sequels...or not.
Nevermind...It's pointless comment.
I really do understand my posts aren't for everybody. I thought I had filed this one as just an "article", not "news". Like I mentioned to spunnups, if you know of any other site that actually has a ranking system for sales, I would definitely consider it for future charts. I have checked WalMart.com(you get a "rave" card with Skate 3 there...what is a "rave" card?!), BestBuy.com, and NewEgg.com, seeing if they had a "ranking" system like Amazon.com does, but none of them did. Thanks for the feedback.
I rented it on 360, I doen't care for some of the changes and lack of being able to run with out falling without trippping over anything. Theirs other little problems, but not to bad.
Picked it up for ps3 yesterday, Online was finally working late at night but MAN is that sh1t fun lol I've been looking for a reason to buy skate again after skate 1.. Skate 2 was a letdown, Skate 3 brought it back IMO Just hope they take a break and really try to improve it before they release another one and become tony hawk...
That's exactly what i needed to hear! I STILL play Skate, and thought skate2 was dogballs so I've been waiting to see if they could bring it back with skate3. I loved the demo, but sir, you just sealed it. Picking it up today
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