Nintendo has confirmed that US customers picked up a lot of their products during the Black Friday week (November 21-27). Internal estimates say that they managed to sell 900,000 DS units (that figure is across all models of DS) and 600,000 Wiis. Should these numbers prove to be true, the NPDs will be pretty interesting for this month.
CCP has unveiled the patch notes for EVE Online’s winter expansion, Incursion. The patch makes some player-requested changes, as well as the usual array of fixes and netcode improvements. Also expect to see some graphical and UI tweaks amongst the changes to weapons, ammunition and the market. There’s also a new salvaging ship called the Noctis. Incursion will be released tomorrow. CCP has confirmed that they are bowing to peer Read More ...
Chart Track has released this week’s UK gaming sales chart: 1. GRAN TURISMO 5 (SONY COMPUTER ENT.) 2. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS (ACTIVISION) 3. ASSASSIN’S CREED: BROTHERHOOD (UBISOFT) 4. FIFA 11 (EA SPORTS) 5. JUST DANCE 2 (UBISOFT) 6. NEED FOR SPEED: HOT PURSUIT (EA GAMES) 7. WII PARTY (NINTENDO) 8. ART ACADEMY (NINTENDO) 9. WII SPORTS RESORT (NINTENDO) 10. FALLOUT: NEW VEGAS (BETHESDA SOFTWORKS)
SEGA has deleted all the scores from the Sonic 4: Episode 1 leaderboards because of some good for nothing cheaters. Naughty (and impossible) times of 0 seconds have been deleted, as well as 99999990 scores. Disappointingly though, all the legitimate results have also been destroyed. Furthermore, it appears that there’s nothing SEGA or anyone can do to prevent the devious hackers from reposting the dodgy scores to the leaderboard.