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For the third week running, The Last of Us has deservedly kept it’s the position at the top of the UK retail chart. I’m expecting it to claim the top spot for another few weeks to come at least. New entries include: Minecraft at #2, Deadpool at #6 and proving that PC retail is not quite dead yet, are The Sims 3: Island Paradise at #5 and Company of Heroes 2 at #10.
The Average Consumer: “Wow, Nintendo, you really are milking the cash cow with Mario recently.”
Nintendo: “Bitch Please.”
Somehow I imagine Reggie saying that last line, Mario hat on and cigar in hand.
There has been a bit of an increase in Mario games in the past years, with Mario having more and more to do with his Go-Karting and recreational sports as well as his Paper adventures. As usual people are going to complain about this, but you know what everyone? You keep buying them.
Please don’t buy this.
Its going to be expensive.
Rovio have announced that they are bringing their popular poultry punting game to the Nintendo home consoles. I’m guessing they’ll probably assume that they can get away with a £20-£30 price tag, and I’m also guessing that gullible fools out there will buy it.
Sega has decided their latest game in the long line of Sonic titles should only have online play on the 3DS it has been reported.
Nintendo Japan just streamed a Nintendo Direct video based around Pikmin 3, it involves Miyamoto chatting in Japanese to some comedian while they play the soon-to-be-released game, there is a lot of laughs so I assume he’s a good comedian.
Check out the video after the break.