That's pretty good - on par with Super Mario Run right? Or has that shot ahead now?
That Donkey Kong game is so amazing. It's got that many wonderful little elements to it that show how much love and effort went into the game. A true 10/10.
No surprises here
It's worth noting that the GameCube sold 22 million, so just under Xbox One, in five years and is deemed to be a complete failure. The Xbox is projected to sell 42 million in six years ( https://www.finder.com.au/1... which is a fair way above what we've deemed "failure" in the past.
Only one of these things was true
No it's not. It's going so bad Microsoft are hiding the figures
I think it is a failure in a Xbox 360 sales comparison, not by fun to play comparison. See how scorpio changes things.
If you try to buy it, it says "not available in you selected store" - at least for all the ones I tried.
That's actually what I meant - realise now that was not clear.
Shame they gave up on this console so hard - I actually like it. The Nintendo games are great.
Thank God - RE6 was crap
Waaaaay toooo expensive for something that is not a real console
The problem is that PS4 has not picked up wayward Xbox and Nintendo uses - they've just given up on consoles all together.
So last gen you invested 4 times in the console market - have you done that this gen?
A lot of people seem to be missing the point of this article I think. It does not matter if a large part of that number owned a Wii, or moved to mobiles, or bought a second console. What matter did is they have not not invested in this generation. That's still 128 million x $300 odd dollars gone
All these points are valid, but it still means 128 million or so (they were conservative) are no longer playing consoles or buying games for that console
That's a massive drop - those graphs look scary as hell.
As time rolls on, journos get older. Get jaded or just bored of some series, and scores reflect that.
Damn! But Who Hoo. But damn.
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