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Gears Of War 3 Gets DLC Season Pass, 1.3M Pre-Orders
Gears of War 3 players will be able to purchase a "Season Pass" of the game's first four DLC packs for 2400MSP ($30), Microsoft announced today, a 33 percent discount from purchasing the content individually.
08.28.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 4 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Xenoblade Chronicles Sees Big First-Week Sales
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Tomb Raider Trilogy and Ocarina of Time 3D heading domestic multiplatform sales, while Xenoblade Chronicles goes up against Zumba Fitness in the UK.
08.18.11 | News | Danny Cowan | 4 Number of Comments 
Q2 Sales, Profits Decline At GameStop
GameStop reported quarterly sales of $1.74 billion, down year-on-year due to "underperforming" new hardware and a light software slate, as profits dropped 23.3 percent. [UPDATE: "Significant increase" in 3DS sales.]
08.17.11 | News | Kris Graft | 4 Number of Comments 
The Great Debate: The Imminent Death Of The UK Games Industry
At the Gamasutra-attended Edinburgh Interactive festival today, Eidos president Ian Livingstone discussed with a panel of industry experts whether the UK games industry is "one life away from a Game Over."
08.11.11 | News | Phill Cameron | 7 Number of Comments 
GDC 2012: Young, Selfon, Tallarico On Goals For Game Audio
To help inspire submissions for the GDC 2012 call for papers, advisory board members including Kenneth Young (Media Molecule), Scott Selfon (Microsoft), and Tommy Tallarico (
08.11.11 | News | Staff | 2 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Posts Quarterly Loss, Decreased Sales
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two on Monday reported a net loss of $8.6 million for the fiscal quarter, as revenues also sunk despite major releases L.A. Noire and Duke Nukem Forever.
08.07.11 | News | Kris Graft | 1 Number of Comments 
Zumba Fitness Now Eight Consecutive Weeks At Top Of UK Charts
For the eighth week in a row, Pipeworks and 505 Games' Zumba Fitness took the top spot in the UK retail software sales charts, marking its 11th week at the top overall.
08.07.11 | News | Mike Rose |  
Take-Two: Red Dead Redemption Ships 11M Units
Take-Two on Monday said its Western-themed open world title Red Dead Redemption, published under the Rockstar Games label, has shipped over 11 million units since its May 2010 release.
08.07.11 | News | Kris Graft |  
Take-Two Plans On 'Diversifying' Approach To Console Releases
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says that the company hopes to release a broader range of quality console titles, to limit the studio's dependence on Rockstar's consistently popular Grand Theft Auto series.
08.07.11 | News | Tom Curtis | 2 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Atsumete! Kirby, J-League Soccer Climb Japanese Charts
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Just Dance 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops heading domestic multiplatform sales, while Minna no Rhythm Tengoku and Atsumete! Kirby lead in Japan.
08.04.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Seven Consecutive Weeks At Top Of UK Charts For Zumba Fitness
The British gaming public can't seem to get enough of their fitness games, as Pipeworks and 505 Games' Zumba Fitness yet again sat on top of the UK retail software sales charts last week.
07.31.11 | News | Mike Rose |  
Round-Up: Gamasutra Network Jobs, Week Of July 29
In the latest postings over the last seven days, Gamasutra's jobs board plays host to roles in every major discipline, including opportunities at Rockstar North, Monolith Productions, Harmonix, and more.
07.28.11 | News | Eric Caoili |  
Saling The World: Medal of Honor, Brink Sell Big After Price Drops
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Brink and Medal of Honor heading domestic multiplatform sales, while Minna no Rhythm Tengoku and Queen's Blade: Spiral Chaos lead in Japan.
07.28.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Opinion: THQ's Newfound Porn Obsession
Gamasutra Editor-at-large Chris Morris takes a look at THQ's use of adult entertainment stars in the promotion and voice talent for its Saints Row games, seeing risks for the franchise in the publicity stunt.
07.21.11 | News | Chris Morris | 12 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Minna no Rhythm Tengoku Tops Japanese Charts
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Just Dance 2 and Mortal Kombat heading domestic multiplatform sales, while Minna no Rhythm Tengoku and No More Heroes: Red Zone lead in Japan.
07.21.11 | News | Danny Cowan | 1 Number of Comments 
Konami's Pro Baseball 2011 Sits Atop Japanese Software Charts
Konami's Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 2011 topped the Japanese software sales charts in its debut week, while the majority of the top 10 was new software last week, according to data from Media Create.
07.20.11 | News | Mike Rose |  
Sony Signs Little Big Planet Vita Devs Double Eleven To Exclusivity Deal
Sony has signed the Middlesbrough, England-based team at Double Eleven, currently working on the PlayStation Vita release of Little Big Planet, to develop titles exclusively for Sony platforms, with a focus on the Vita.
07.18.11 | News | Kyle Orland |  
Opinion: On Time and On Budget
In this reprinted #altdevblogaday-opinion piece, Relic Entertainment senior AI programmer Jesse Cluff introduces the concept of Scope Plans and explains why developers should use them to build their game's core fir
07.17.11 | News | Jesse Cluff | 8 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: NCAA Football 12 Debuts to Top Sales
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Medal of Honor, NCAA Football 12, and Just Dance 2 heading domestic multiplatform sales, while Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2011 leads in Japan.
07.14.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
NPD: U.S. Retail Game Sales Down 10 Percent In June
The latest NPD Group report shows total U.S. retail video game industry revenues in June were down 10 percent at $1.03 billion, with console and portable games contributing the biggest decline.
07.13.11 | News | Frank Cifaldi | 3 Number of Comments 
L.A. Noire Debuts On Top In Japan
Rockstar's 1940s adventure game L.A. Noire was the best-selling game in Japan last week, pushing over 71,000 copies across its two versions ahead of Sony's Infamous 2.
07.12.11 | News | Frank Cifaldi |  
Zumba Fitness Tops UK Retail Sales Charts For Fourth Consecutive Week
Pipeworks and 505 Games' Zumba Fitness once again took the top spot in the UK retail software sales charts last week, marking its seventh week at number one, and its fourth week in a row at the top.
07.10.11 | News | Mike Rose |  
CityEngine Maker Procedural Acquired
Geographic information company Esri has acquired Procedural, the company behind 3D city modeling tool CityEngine, the company said Monday. CityEngine is used by Rockstar, THQ, Blizzard and others.
07.10.11 | News | Frank Cifaldi | 1 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Amazon Spurs Kinect Sales Stateside
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Child of Eden, Kinect Sports, and Dance Central leading domestic multiplatform sales stateside, while L.A. Noire sees a successful debut week in Japan.
07.07.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Opinion: Why Do Games Publishers Exist?
In the age of digital distribution and social marketing, do we need these inflated, expensive, inefficient organizations? Gamasutra business editor Colin Campbell gets ready for the revolution.
07.04.11 | News | Colin Campbell | 34 Number of Comments 

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