In the PS3 charts Call of Juarez: The Cartel has remained it's position at the top of the charts. In second place DiRT 3 has moved up from fourth. L.A. Noire takes third after moving up from eleventh.
Call of Juarez is ugly with a bad realization, poor graphics, poor narration quality but guess what it's a FPS so it can top the charts. This generation is going ridiculous with thos shooters.
So do people still stand by sales = quality??
Somehow it applies in the forza 3 vs gt 5 arguement though.
What else is out besides this? Summer time is slow when it comes to gamez. And is this only in the UK?
Zootang, This is what I've been saying about HALO the whole time.
This is like Kane & Lynch 1 sucess all over again..
That and you can pick it up real cheap :)
I have no idea why people bought this half-asses piece of crap.It's among the worst shooters this year along with DNF and Homefront.
Sad to hear this game and Zumba are selling really well in the UK when so many better games are available on the PS3/360/Wii.
People in the UK always buy crap. Just look at Zamba or whatever topping every week.
Says the people who bought duke nukem forever -_-
Nice generalisation... :)
@ ElementX your a child you know how it works. Its the curse of the middle age woman, kids see the ad for this game on tv (and this game has had a lot of air time)and ask for it and zumba is a faddy workout craze. They control everything thats why xfactor is the number one show and Jeremy Kyle exists.
I'm not a child, I'm a 31yo Minnesotan :) BTW Duke Nukem also topped the chart the week it was released, now Call of Juarez? I may be generalizing, however just look at the top selling games lately.
Sorry your comment came across as if you where.
Advertising is probably the reason, game advertising (on TV at least) is weak in the UK, but this game was advertised to death; sometimes with more than one ad per set of adverts.
"do you wanna be badass OUTLAW or the boring IN-LAW?" NO, I wanna be an IN-law by not playing this shitty game!
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.