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Europe’s best-selling games during the first half of 2015

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The latest issue of GamesMarkt has a report on the European video game software sales during the first half of the year. In it, we learn that both Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D both made the list in terms of best sellers, coming in at #14 and #16 respectively.

The full chart is posted above. GamesMarkt’s results are based on data collected between January and June.

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jon_snow3177d ago

Nintendo and Sony has 2 exclusive each on list. European have great taste.

fermcr3177d ago (Edited 3177d ago )

... or very bad taste, depending on the point of view.

Paleblood3177d ago

Or maybe depending on the console you have. For example if you have an xbox, you will find Europeans has bad taste because MS sucks there.

Haru3177d ago

They do europeans and asians even the middle east they all have great tastes, that's why Playstation is selling like hotcakes there they sure know they're stuff

ocelot073177d ago

I think we need to replace that phrase to hotcakes are selling like PS4's.

u4one3177d ago (Edited 3177d ago )

lol, yeah... thats why hardline and the order 1886 are in there. the two best 6.5 average review score games in the world. talk about discerning taste...

S2Killinit3177d ago (Edited 3177d ago )

Well, The Order was actually great. Same thing that the reviewers did with Destiny they did with The Order. It was systematic and deliberate. Now, a year later, Destiny is being praised by the media... What changed? I have no idea.

PS: loved both of those games.

u4one3177d ago (Edited 3177d ago )

@s2killinit:

I respectfully disagree. I own it. i finished it. it looked great and had some fun moments but overall i felt it was not that great.. boring even. i tend to agree with most of the reviews of the game. too many cutscenes, too many QTE's, predictable, average story, beautfiul environments that you can't really explore and barely interact with, very rigid gameplay. definitely played better games.

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Ark_3177d ago

You may add: sold in retail outlets.

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PS Plus Is Losing 12 Games In June 2024 Along With A Major Rockstar Release

Subscribers of the Extra and Premium tiers of PS Plus will lose access to a total of 12 games during the month of June, 2024.

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gold_drake5d ago

i think the only real loss is GTAV

OtterX5d ago

I think everyone and their sister owns the game by now. They likely want to squeeze the rest of the holdouts before GTAVI releases.

Profchaos5d ago

That game comes and goes from subscriptions so frequently I think it's expected now. Like rdr2 on gamepass Rockstar Games only last a max of 3 months On a service

MrBaskerville5d ago

Talos Principle is the real loss.

BanginTunes4d ago

Facts that game is good as fuck I'm playing through 2 now, very underrated

Huey_My_D_Long5d ago

indivisible was pretty neat. Cute artstyle, fun throwback to older RPGs, shame its leaving but it is on sale often

shinoff21835d ago

Definitely. I e joyed what I played of it. Still gotta grab the physical at some point

Petebloodyonion5d ago

I'm not surprised by GTA V removal, Rockstar never allows this game to stay long on a subscription service.
They usually allow 4 to 6 months.

lodossrage5d ago

Yeah, they do that routinely with both GTA and Red Dead.

But it's because they know they can still sell them so they take them off and on to these sub services in cycle.

The weird thing to me is why is anyone still buying those games at this point? You would think after 3 generations of being sold GTA 5 that everyone and their momma would have it by now

RNTody5d ago

I fail to see how the loss of an almost 11 year old game that released across 3 generations is in any way a problem.

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GTA 5 and GTA Online Player Engagement Jumps Up Double Digits in Percentages Compared to Last Year

Even 10 years after release, Grand Theft Auto 5 and GTA Online's player engagement has risen drastically compared to last year.