@ P-Bomb: exactly, Yakuza 6 isn't releasing in the west until next year.
Actually, if you compare these numbers to a huge mainstream title like Forza 7 (presented as an Xbox One X system seller), it only speaks for them.
Because it had several reports that needed to be fixed before approval.
@ Malacath: except they affect the game. The progression system is made in such a way that it encourages the use of micro transactions.
Well, not me.
"Launching as part of our free December update, we’ll be introducing a brand new single player mode called “GT League”. Based on the old “GT mode” of previous titles, players can now look forward to racing through a series of cup competitions from beginner to pro levels, and and even partake in endurance races!" Good news for those who were missing a more traditional single player campaign!
Pokemon sales are insane as always.
Doesn't work. I've never bought that stuff and they're still there, because there are always other people who'll buy it.
I'm certainly interested.
Oh boy! I'm very amused right now.
From a business perspective maybe (I doubt that too, but okay), but not from any other perspective.
Now go make a current gen release!
When were Sea of Thieves and Crackdown 3 announced again?
Since the launch of the Xbox One there have been less and less first party games coming out every year.
Started? Am I reading this right?
Or no games, even easier.
"Digital will have made up for some of that drop-off (based on the performance of other games this year). Although, based on EA's digital figures, that won't be enough to make up for the shortfall."
lol @ network. I buy different systems for different game libraries. This is the main thing that makes them distinct from each other, and the only reason I even invest in multiple systems.
@ spreadlove: alright, go play Call of Duty then. What's the problem? Those games aren't exclusive.
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