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Charts: GHII Sells Big; Japan Celebrates FF Anniversary
Our exclusively compiled Amazon real-time charts cover all formats for the UK, U.S. and Japan, with this week's countdown showing U.S. demand for Guitar Hero II that far exceeds supply, and documenting Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition's met
04.19.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Sony Outlines Q2 2007 PS3, PS2, PSP Titles
Sony has announced the key title lineup for its 2007 second quarter today, including PS2, PSP, and PS3 both retail and downloadables, with Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Calling All Cars, Kuju's Crush and Manhunt 2 all coming in the follo
04.18.07 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Heroes In A Half Shell Finally Crack UK Charts
After previously missing out on the top spot by the smallest of margins, Ubisoft?s TMNT has finally reached the top of the UK game charts, with the company?s new range of 1 ($2) super budget PC re-releases like Rayman and Prince of Persi
04.16.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: Mario, Phoenix Wright Rule Worldwide Charts
Gamasutra's latest "Saling The World" column, covering the top five sellers for every platform across the globe, sees Super Paper Mario leap to the top of Wii sales in its U.S. debut, as the fourth Phoenix Wright title leads overall weekly s
04.12.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Analysts Suggest New Metric For Per-Platform Performance
In the first report from 2K Advisors, the new analyst firm has projected that Sony is set to lose meaningful market share this generation, and offer a new metric for measuring the platform- and publisher-specific impact of this change based on the weighte
04.12.07 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
EA Maintains Commanding Presence In UK Charts
The busy Easter holidays in the UK have seen EA?s re-launch of the Command & Conquer franchise enjoy its second week at number one, alongside strong competition from TMNT, Guitar Hero II and increased Wii hardware availability.
04.10.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Kuju's Zoe Mode Hires Two For Concept Team
Officials from British developer Kuju have announced the hiring of Stephen ?Baz? Baskerville and Dan Lish to the concept teams of its Zoe Mode studio, formerly known as Kuju Brighton (EyeToy: Play, SingStar, Crush).
04.10.07 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Desert Island Games: Sucker Punch's Bruce Oberg (Sly Cooper)
For this week?s 'Desert Island Games', Sucker Punch founder Bruce Oberg (Sly Cooper) picks his all-time most memorable games, from arcade classic Stargate all the way up to Rare's Banjo Kazooie and modern blockbusters like Grand Th
04.08.07 | News | Alistair Wallis |  
GameFly Charts Webbed By Activision's Spiderman 3
In this week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, Activision's upcoming movie tie in Spiderman 3 topped all other requests for the week, beating out Nintendo's Wii exclusive Super Paper Mario and Ubisoft's multiplatform
04.08.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: Guitar Hero Debuts High, Puzzle Quest Tops DS Demand
Gamasutra's "Saling The World" covers the top five sellers for every available platform across the globe, this week featuring a chart-topping debut for the Xbox 360 version of Guitar Hero II, and Puzzle Quest continuing to beat the odds and
04.05.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Take-Two Under Formal SEC Investigation
A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing from Rockstar Games owner Take-Two Interactive has revealed that the company is now under formal investigation by the commission after concerns over stock options grant practices.
04.04.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
AG Edwards: Layoffs Expected For Take-Two Studios
Ahead of Take-Two's April 10th conference call on the future of the company, AG Edwards has said it expects the publisher will make a number of near term changes, including layoffs at underperforming studios and re-evaluation of many third-party vendor re
04.03.07 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
EA Command And Conquers UK Sales Charts
After the huge influx of new releases which accompanied the European PS3 launch last week, the UK sales charts have slowed considerably, although with still some movement of note ? most obviously the entry straight into number one of EA's Command & Con
04.02.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
New York Leaders Criticize GTA IV
With the first video footage of Rockstar Games? forthcoming Grand Theft Auto IV now released, the first specific complaints about the game have already been made, in this case by New York political leaders and police chiefs.
04.01.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Puzzle Quest, C&C 3 Jump High In Amazon Charts
Gamasutra analyzes the real-time charts for the U.S., UK, and Japan for the week, featuring an impressive debut week for Command & Conquer 3 and a surprisingly strong, word-of-mouth-fueled jump in sales for Puzzle Quest: Challenge of
03.29.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Rockstar Reveals Grand Theft Auto IV Trailer
As the drama at Take-Two Interactive?s shareholders' meeting unfurled yesterday, the much-heralded debut of the first teaser trailer for PS3/Xbox 360 release Grand Theft Auto IV<
03.29.07 | News | Staff |  
Survival of the Family: The Saga of Creating and Shipping The Godfather: The Game
At GDC 2007, The Godfather: The Game EA creative directors Michael Perry, Phil Campbell and Mike Olsen discussed the process of making a compelling game based on the difficult franchise - we have full details.
03.27.07 | Feature | Christopher Woodard |  
PlayStation 3 Launch Conquers UK Sales Chart
Although the console launch may not have been accompanied by the traditional holiday frenzy, the PlayStation 3?s debut in the UK has had a unprecedented effect on the top forty, with all key launch titles charting high, and Resistance: Fall of Man
03.26.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: PS3's Oblivion, MotorStorm Highs
The top five games for every available platform in the United States, Japan, and Europe have shown The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion jetting to the top of the U.S. PS3 charts, and MotorStorm currently the most popular UK PlayStation
03.22.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
GTA: Vice City Stories Steals Top Spot In UK Charts
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories for PlayStation 2/PSP has made a late dash for the top spot in the UK charts, ousting GRAW 2 after only week, with EA?s two new Wii titles, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 and SSX Blur, also performi
03.19.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Upton Reintroduces 'Video Game Decency Act'
Michigan Republican representative Fred Upton, an outspoken proponent of punishing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas developer Rockstar and publishing label Take-Two over the now infamous 'Hot Coffee' controversy, has reintroduced his 'Video Game Decen
03.19.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: PGA Tour of War
In this week's column, "Saling The World", which covers the top five sellers for every available platform in the U.S., Japan, and Europe, God of War II and the Wii port of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 debut strong in the U.S., while titles like <
03.15.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Interview: On Denki's Stealth Success
The latest edition of Gamasutra's The Euro Vision column sees Jon Jordan talking to the ex-GTA developers at unique Scottish company Denki, which has both consulted on Xbox 360 title Crackdown and provided some of the best-crafted 'casual' i
03.14.07 | News | Jon Jordan |  
Rockstar Appoints Moulle-Berteaux As Marketing Head
Rockstar Games has announced the hiring of former iPod and iPhone marketing director Alex Moull-Berteaux as its new head of marketing, replacing Rockstar co-founder Terry Donovan, who left in January.
03.14.07 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Report: Take-Two Investors Poised For Management Change?
A group of prominent activist Take Two investors, controlling 46% of the company's shares, may enact major changes at the Grand Theft Auto publisher next week, possibly including management and board reshuffles.
03.14.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  

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