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For the second straight month, Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II stands tall as the best-selling game of the month, per The NPD Group’s December 2012 report.
The first person shooter fended off a bevy of sequels including the rest of the top five: Just Dance 4, Halo 4, Assassin’s Creed III, and Madden NFL 13. In fact, not a single non-sequel cracked the top ten last month.
Once again, The NPD Group is reporting (via Game Informer) that game sales and console sales are down relative to 2011 (which was itself down from 2010). Of course, the NPD Group’s inability to track sales of downloadable games makes this statistic less than helpful.
The full top ten from last month can be found after the break. (more…)
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has unveiled the latest New Super Mario Bros. 2 downloadable content in Nintendo of Japan’s latest Nintendo Direct video. Available now in Japan, the “Golden Classic Course Pack” includes remade levels from Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. (1-1, the underground-based 1-2, and the Bowser Castle of 1-4) and Super Mario Bros. 3 (1-1 and 1-5) for the game’s Coin Rush mode.
Nintendo of America followed up this announcement with one of their own, confirming that the “Gold Classics Pack” is now available to download in North America for free. After February 1, 2013, the pack will be priced at $2.50.
Be sure to check out the sneak peek of the DLC in the video above.
Welcome to one of the biggest Nintendo Downloads ever. Level-5 (creator of the Professor Layton series) and Nicalis (creator of Cave Story) both have new games available that may be worth a look.
Liberation Maiden is an arcade shooter developed by Level-5 in conjunction with Suda 51’s Grasshopper Manufacture and is available today on the 3DS eShop. Also available to download from the eShop today is Nicalis’ NightSky, an “ambient” puzzle platformer that is sure to appeal to fans of Limbo.
The Virtual Console also gets a workout with today’s update as Ghosts ‘n Goblins and Castlevania: The Adventure have been added to the 3DS eShop while 1997’s Shock Troopers can now be downloaded to your Wii. Finally, the non-Virtual Console 18th Gate was added to the DSiWare Shop.
Two new Coin Rush DLC packs for New Super Mario Bros. 2 rounds out today’s update. The “Gold Mushroom Pack” and “Coin Challenge Pack B” have been priced at $2.50 apiece.
One extra game will be added to the 3DS eShop this week. Level-5’s Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (look, we’ve come full circle) will be available to download on Sunday, October 28 (the same day its available in brick and mortar stores).
Boom! The annual juggernaut that is the Madden NFL Football has once again taken the top spot for September sales as Madden NFL 13 reigned supreme last month.
Gearbox’s Borderlands 2 followed close behind with strong sales of its own. In fact, they were so strong that the sequel managed to top the first month sales of the original Borderlands by 234%. That is just an insane number.
New releases controlled much of the top ten with FIFA Soccer 13 (#3), Guild Wars 2 (#5), NHL 13 (#6), and World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (#7) also performing well.
The full top ten for September 2012 can be found after the break. (more…)
The Death that stars in Darksiders II isn’t taking a holiday, but he did take the top spot in The NPD Group’s list of bestselling games in August.
Two other August releases, New Super Mario Bros 2 and Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, round out the top three, making August the first time all Summer that three new releases lead the bestseller list. New releases Sleeping Dogs (#6) and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (#7) also made the list.
The remainder of the August top ten looks very similar to previous months and you can find it after the break. (more…)
Most of the time, Nintendo knocks it out of the park when it comes to great ideas and innovation. From game systems to fun and entertaining franchises, the brains at Nintendo know what people like. But other times, they fall flat, regurgitating overused gameplay elements and stale characters. Sadly, New Super Mario Bros. 2 falls into the latter category. (more…)
This week’s Nintendo Download is a bit on the light side, but that’s because The Big N is waiting until Saturday night at midnight (which is technically Sunday, August 19) to add New Super Mario Bros. 2 to the 3DS eShop. The Super Mario sequel is Nintendo’s first simultaneous digital/retail release and whether you buy a physical copy or grab the download right at midnight, it’s this week’s biggest release, without question.
If you’re looking for something to download today, Crazy Chicken: Pirates is available in both a DSiWare version and a 3DS eShop version. It tasks players with “[restoring] peace to the Caribbean shores by shooting crazy pirate chickens.” Does that mean there are sane pirate chickens?
Finally, this week’s “Month of Mario” selection is Mario’s Picross. The Game Boy classic can be downloaded from the 3DS eShop for $2.99 from now through Wednesday, August 22.
The Summer is coming to a close and we finally have some huge new releases to play.
Don’t get greedy, but New Super Mario Bros. 2 and its coin-tastic premise will be available this week for the 3DS.
Finally, Hironobu Sakaguchi brings his The Last Story to North America. Wii owners and Operation Rainfall supporters will surely be pleased.
Want a few more new releases? They’re after the break. (more…)