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    February 27th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    The next expansion for Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft may be themed around World of Warcraft's Molten Core Raid, new information from Metabomb has shown. 

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    The latest patch for the game contains three new cosmetic card backs for the game, with one labelled Molten Core, which is tagged as a reward for a license detection. Another, Golden Celebration, is also linked to the license detection, which is gained through purchasing a future expansion.  

    Blizzard is set to host a panel at PAX East this year, where the game directors for Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch will outline their plans for each game in 2015.

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Hearthstone Expansion Hinted at in Latest Patch - News
  • scissors
    February 27th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Halfbrick Studios, the creators of Fruit Ninja, have announced a sequel to the hit game for the Xbox One, titled Fruit Ninja Kinect 2.

    The sequel will include five new game modes, a new four-player mode, and more unlockables. The four-player mode is possible thanks to the increased functionality of the required Kinect 2.

    Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 will be released on 18th of March and will cost $15.

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Fruit Ninja Sequel Announced for Xbox One - News
  • scissors
    February 27th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Playing The Deer God is a surreal experience; one that is definitely capable of leaving a strong impression on anyone who plays it. Its stylistic graphics and strange, procedurally generated world make for an experience like no other, albeit one that feels hollow and content-light.

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    The Deer God starts out with a little cutscene where a hunter and his friend in the forest are hunting deer. Upon shooting a calf and subsequently being eaten by wolves, the hunter is taken to another realm. Here, a huge Deer God tells him that he must repent for the sins he has committed, and will now live his life as a deer. A few seconds later, you're reincarnated as a fawn, and set out on an epic adventure. 

    The abruptness of the introduction works in The Deer Gods’ favour, as it allows you to set out into the beautifully crafted 2.5D pixelated world as quickly as possible. Trees, the surrounding land, and even individual objects all have a sense of depth to them, despite being pixelated, giving “layers” to the game. This 2.5D style takes a little getting used to, with layers closer to the camera looking traversable when you first start playing, but although confusing at first it gives a great sense of wonder to the world, differentiating it from typical 2D pixel games of recent years.

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    It’s hard to explain the genius of how The Deer God unfolds before you. It’s a simple side-scroller, but one which is also partially procedurally generated, giving you random terrains to conquer before coming to any set pieces that progress the story. You’ll traverse mountains, plains, graveyards, caves, and all manner of other locations on your journey through this weird and wonderful world.

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - The Deer God (PC) - Review
  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Ever since 2004, the Dynasty Warriors franchise has regularly received two spin-offs for its numbered main entries - Xtreme Legends and Empires. Xtreme Legends can be considered a more standard expansion pack, generally including new characters, weapons, moves, and game modes.

    However, for many fans of the series, it’s the Empires edition that is looked forward to the most, as it adds an entire strategy meta-game framework over the core Dynasty Warriors gameplay. This is essentially a return to the roots of the original Romance of the Three Kingdoms series, of which Dynasty Warriors is itself a spin-off. Dynasty Warriors 8 was considered somewhat of a return to form for many fans of the series, but does Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires carry on the torch? 

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    To be completely honest, I’m a relative newcomer to the Dynasty Warriors series, having not had any extended time with the series since way back to Dynasty Warriors 2. However, I have been vaguely aware of the series' “more of the same” reputation, which has accrued over the years, so I wasn’t surprised to find that the core combat has basically remained - a lone warrior rushes into hundreds upon hundreds of enemy combatants across open battlefields, laying waste to dozens with each blow. What WAS surprising was that the combat is... actually pretty fun! 

    I was initially prepared for a deluge of simplistic button mashing - and those looking for precisely that will certainly be able to find it - but combat scenarios eventually give way to higher difficulties, with crowd control, blocking, and smart use of each character’s assortment of combos required to conquer the battlefield. It can get repetitive mowing through wave after wave of mindless enemies, but there’s also a cathartic joy to seeing your controlled chaos reverberate throughout the screen, especially with the series’ consistently awesome metal music blaring in the background. 

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    Of course, for a detailed breakdown of Dynasty Warriors 8, you can check out our review. This is the Empires expansion of Dynasty Warriors, which brings with it a heavy emphasis on turn-based strategy. Eschewing the traditional campaign mode of Dynasty Warriors 8, Empires instead tasks you with conquering the land, one region at a time until all of China is under your rule. You begin by selecting a time period and a character, with over 83 to choose from (six more than the original Dynasty Warriors 8), and are then tasked with making tactical decisions for the future of your empire. 

    Whether it's through invading adjacent regions, recruiting officers to join you in battle, drafting more troops, forging alliances, or completing quests, eventually you’ll spread your influence across the land, “winning” the game once you have conquered the country. Depending on which character you pick, you can either start off as a ruler - giving you the full range of tactical options - or choose to start as a free officer, working your way through the ranks until you can claim the throne for yourself. 

    The game takes place in turns, with each action you take as a ruler comprising a “month” of in-game time. If an enemy nation takes over all areas, or 50 years (600 months) pass without anyone winning, the game is over, so you need to plan out your decisions ahead of time if you intend on playing the long game. As your influence grows, you can choose to form friendships with your fellow officers, or even form a relationship with them if they happen to be of the opposite sex to your character. 

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires (PS4) - Review
  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Guild Wars 2, the third person MMORPG from NCSoft, will be getting a first-person camera view.

    The press release from NCSoft states that "There aren't any restrictions on where first-person can be used," meaning that players will be free to see the world from the new perspective whenever they like.

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    Along with this new camera, the game will also be patched with the following features:

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Guild Wars 2 Getting First Person Camera - News
  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    The Trace, a new iOS puzzle game from the developers behind the Buzz! series, has been announced. The Trace tells the story of an apparent suicide victim whose death doesn't quite add up. It's your job to find out what really happened.

    The Trace is set to launch this March 26th on iOS, and soon after on Android devices. 

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - New iOS Game from Relentless Software Announced - News
  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Here we see data representing the global sales through to consumers and change in sales performance of the four home consoles and four handhelds over comparable periods for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.  Also shown is the market share for each of the consoles over the same periods.

    Year to Date Sales Comparison (Same Periods Covered)

    Market Share – 7th Generation (Same Periods Covered)

    Market Share – 8th Generation (Same Periods Covered)

    2012 – (Week beginning January 8 to February 11)

    2013 – (Week beginning January 6 to February 9)

    2014 – (Week beginning January 5 to February 8)

    2015 – (Week beginning January 4 to February 7)

    Total Sales and Market Share for Each Year – 7th Generation

    Total Sales and Market Share for Each Year – 8th Generation

    "Year to date" sales for 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 sales are shown in series at the top of the table and then just below a comparison of 2014 versus 2013 and 2014 versus 2012 is displayed.  This provides an easy-to-view summary of all the data.

    Microsoft

    Xbox 360 - Down Year-on-Year 28,505, Year to Date -54.0%

    Xbox One – Up Year-on-Year 28,505, Year to Date 21.3%

    Sony

    PlayStation 3 – Down Year-on-Year 36,972, Year to Date -47.8%

    PlayStation Vita – Down Year-on-year 11,936, Year to Date -27.0%

    PlayStation 4 – Down Year-on-year 9,810, Year to Date -12.7%

    Nintendo

    Nintendo Wii - Down Year-on-Year 10,251, Year to Date -74.7%

    Nintendo 3DS – Down Year-on-Year 47,961, Year to Date -26.2%

    Nintendo Wii U – Up Year-on-Year 8,324, Year to Date 8.0%

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. Outside, in the real world, he has a passion for the outdoors which includes everything from hiking to having received his B.A. in Environmental Studies. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

    Full Article - http://www.vgchartz.com/article/253217/2015-year-on-year-sales-and-market-share-update-to-february-7/

  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Overview

    Overall, hardware sale this week is up by five percent. Week-on-week sales is up for the Wii, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and 3DS. Overall year-on-year sales is down by 22 percent. The Wii U and Xbox One are up year-on-year.

    Two games debuted in the top 30 this week: Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (PS3) debuted at number eight with sales of 42,404 units. The PlayStation 4 version is at number 15 with sales of 32,554.

    Software milestones this week: Mnecraft (X360) passed the seven million mark.

    Worldwide Hardware

     

    Hardware home console sales week-on-week is up for the Wii, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. PlayStation 4 sales are up by 8,120 (5%) to 158,107 units sold. Xbox One sales are up by 3,816 (5%) to 82,604 units sold. Wii U sales are up by 6,944 (19%) to 44,183 units sold. The PlayStation 3 sold 44,161 units, a decrease of 1,260 (-3%).  Xbox 360 sales are up by 2,962 (13%) to 26,138 units sold. The Wii sold 3,267 units, an increase of 212 (7%).

    Handheld sales week-on-week is up for the 3DS. The 3DS sold 95,545 units, which is an increase of 5,328 (6%). The PlayStation Vita sold 25,760 units, which is down 1,955 (-7%) compared to last week. Week on week sales is up by 24,167 (5%) to 479,765 units.

    The Wii U and Xbox One are up year-on-year. The PlayStation 3 is down 36,972 (-46%), the Wii is down 10,251 (-76%), the Xbox 360 is down 28,505 (-52%), the Wii U is up 8,324 (23%), the PlayStation 4 is down 9,810 (-6%), and the Xbox One is up 20,359 (33%). The Vita is down 11,936 (-32%) and the 3DS is down 47,961 (-33%). Year on year sales is down by 132,936 units (-22%).

     

    Home console hardware sales have increased for the Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for two weeks, and one week for the Wii. Sales have decreased for the PlayStation 3 for six weeks.

    The PlayStation 3 has a 60 percent market share for the seventh generation; the Xbox 360 has a 36 percent market share; and the Wii has a four percent market share. The PlayStation 4 has a 55 percent market share for the eighth generation, the Xbox One has a 39 percent market share and the Wii U has a 16 percent market share.

     

    Handheld hardware sales have decreased for the PlayStation Vita for six straight weeks. However, 3DS sales have increased for one week. The gap between the 3DS and Vita has increased this week to 70,000 units, from 62,000 units last week.

    The 3DS has a 79 percent market share for the eighth generation of handhelds, while the Vita has a 21 percent market share. Compared with ten weeks both handhelds are down.

    Worldwide Software

    Two games debuted in the top 30 this week: Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (PS3) debuted at number eight with sales of 42,404 units. The PlayStation 4 version is at number 15 with sales of 32,554. The game launched in Japan.

    Lost Heroes 2 (3DS) debuted at number 28 with sales of 20,853. The game launched in Japan.

    Here are the other games in the top 10 that are not debuts: Grand Theft Auto V (PS4) is at number one with sales of 95,975. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS4) is at number two with sales of 74,403. Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS) is at number three with sales of 63,817. Dying Light (PS4) is at number four with sales of 55,520. Far Cry 4 (PS4) is at number five with sales of 53,215.

    FIFA 15 (PS4) is at number six with sales of 53,065. Minecraft (PS3) is at number seven with sales of 44,617. Grand Theft Auto V (XOne) is at number nine with sales of 42,194. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (XOne) is at number 10 with sales of 40,247.

     

    Software home console sales week-on-week is down across the board. The PlayStation 3 sold 1.02 million games, a decrease of 104,709 (-9%).  The PlayStation 4 sold 845,101 games this week, a decrease of 361,150 units (-30%). Xbox 360 software sales are down 59,847 units (-8%) to 701,084 games sold. The Xbox One sold 403,641 games, a decrease of 201,881 units (-33%). The Wii sold 286,955 games, a decrease of 42,803 (-13%).  The Wii U sold 226,894 games, a decrease of 38,453 (-14%).

    Handheld software sales week-on-week is down across the board. The 3DS sold 436,053 games, which is down 97,140 units (-18%). The DS sold 193,049 games, a decrease of 19,557 units (-9%) week-on-week. Vita game sales are down 14,293 units (-8%) to 159,799 games sold.  The PSP sold 60,439 games, a decrease of 5,210 (-8%). Total combined software is down 945,043 units (-8%) week-on-week to 4.33 million.

    Year-on-year software totals are up for the Wii U, PS4 and Xbox One. The PlayStation 3 is down 360,452 units (-26%), the Wii is down 103,188 units (-26%), the Xbox 360 is down 387,176 units (-36%), the Wii U is up 24,153 units (12%), the PS4 is up 331,959 units (110%), and the Xbox One is up 191,320 units (90%). The DS is down 67,040 units (-26%), the PSP is down 26,950 units (-31%), the 3DS is down 675,682 units (-61%), and the Vita is down 7,838 units (-5%). Total combined software is down by 970,894 units (-18%) games sold year-on-year.

     

    Home console software sales has decreased for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for one week, two weeks for the PlayStation 3 and seven weeks for the Xbox 360, Wii and Wii U.

    The PlayStation 3 has a 51 percent market share for the seventh generation; the Xbox 360 has a 35 percent market share; and the Wii has a 14 percent market share. The PlayStation 4 has a 57 percent market share for the eighth generation, the Xbox One has a 27 percent market share, and the Wii U has a 16 percent market share.

     

    Handheld software sales have decreased for the 3DS, Vita and PSP for six weeks and for seven weeks for the DS.

    The DS has a 76 percent market share for the current generation handhelds and the PSP has a 24 percent market share. The 3DS has a 73 percent market share for the next generation handhelds, while the Vita has a 27 percent market share.

    The Top 75 can be seen below or click here to view the full chart.

    Pos Game Weekly Total Week #
    1
    Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
    Take-Two Interactive, Action
    95,975 5,959,489 12
    2
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS4)
    Activision, Shooter
    74,403 6,103,175 14
    3
    Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS)
    Nintendo, Role-Playing
    63,817 7,778,684 12
    4
    Dying Light (PS4)
    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
    55,520 338,967 2
    5
    Far Cry 4 (PS4)
    Ubisoft, Shooter
    53,215 2,849,741 12
    6
    FIFA 15 (PS4)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    53,065 5,567,807 20
    7
    Minecraft (PS3)
    Sony Computer Entertainment, Adventure
    44,617 3,260,800 39
    8
    Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (PS3)
    Namco Bandai Games, Fighting
    42,404 42,404 1
    9
    Grand Theft Auto V (XOne)
    Take-Two Interactive, Action
    42,194 2,381,107 12
    10
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (XOne)
    Activision, Shooter
    40,247 4,121,405 14
    11
    Assassin's Creed: Unity (XOne)
    Ubisoft, Action
    35,485 2,522,322 13
    12
    Dying Light (XOne)
    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
    34,897 205,050 2
    13
    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (WiiU)
    Nintendo, Fighting
    34,518 3,114,429 12
    14
    Assassin's Creed: Unity (PS4)
    Ubisoft, Action
    33,352 2,990,718 13
    15
    Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (PS4)
    Namco Bandai Games, Fighting
    32,554 32,554 1
    16
    Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (3DS)
    Nintendo, Fighting
    32,128 5,710,740 22
    17
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS3)
    Activision, Shooter
    31,058 3,718,518 14
    18
    Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition (PS4)
    Sony Computer Entertainment America, Adventure
    30,693 1,551,174 19
    19
    FIFA 15 (PS3)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    30,499 4,078,859 20
    20
    Minecraft (X360)
    Microsoft Game Studios, Adventure
    29,251 7,022,615 88
    21
    Destiny (PS4)
    Activision, Action
    26,013 4,555,379 22
    22
    Mario Kart 8 (WiiU)
    Nintendo, Racing
    25,313 4,240,126 37
    23
    Youkai Watch 2 Shinuchi (3DS)
    Level 5, Role-Playing
    24,536 2,456,018 9
    24
    Grand Theft Auto V (PS3)
    Take-Two Interactive, Action
    23,807 19,315,428 73
    25
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (X360)
    Activision, Shooter
    22,493 3,604,539 14
    26
    Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS3)
    Activision, Shooter
    22,037 9,516,495 66
    27
    Far Cry 4 (PS3)
    Ubisoft, Shooter
    21,374 876,504 12
    28
    Lost Heroes 2 (3DS)
    Namco Bandai Games, Action
    20,853 20,853 1
    29
    The Crew (PS4)
    Ubisoft, Racing
    20,800 1,116,507 10
    30
    Dragon Age: Inquisition (PS4)
    Electronic Arts, Role-Playing
    20,304 1,358,902 12
    31
    NBA 2K15 (PS4)
    Take-Two Interactive, Sports
    Pro N/A 18
    32
    Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4)
    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
    Pro N/A 19
    33
    Madden NFL 15 (PS4)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 24
    34
    Minecraft: Xbox One Edition (XOne)
    Microsoft Game Studios, Adventure
    Pro N/A 12
    35
    The Sims 4 (PC)
    Electronic Arts, Action
    Pro N/A 23
    36
    Just Dance 2015 (Wii)
    Ubisoft, Misc
    Pro N/A 16
    37
    Tomodachi Life (3DS)
    Nintendo, Simulation
    Pro N/A 95
    38
    Grand Theft Auto V (X360)
    Take-Two Interactive, Action
    Pro N/A 73
    39
    Call of Duty: Ghosts (X360)
    Activision, Shooter
    Pro N/A 66
    40
    Halo: The Master Chief Collection (XOne)
    Microsoft Game Studios, Shooter
    Pro N/A 13
    41
    Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (PS4)
    Deep Silver, Action
    Pro N/A 3
    42
    Destiny (XOne)
    Activision, Action
    Pro N/A 22
    43
    Far Cry 4 (XOne)
    Ubisoft, Shooter
    Pro N/A 12
    44
    Call of Duty: Black Ops II (PS3)
    Activision, Shooter
    Pro N/A 117
    45
    FIFA 15 (XOne)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 20
    46
    The Last of Us Remastered (PS4)
    Sony Computer Entertainment America, Adventure
    Pro N/A 28
    47
    Pokemon X/Y (3DS)
    Nintendo, Role-Playing
    Pro N/A 70
    48
    Battlefield 4 (PS4)
    Electronic Arts, Shooter
    Pro N/A 65
    49
    Mario Kart 7 (3DS)
    Nintendo, Racing
    Pro N/A 167
    50
    Madden NFL 15 (PS3)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 24
    51
    FIFA 15 (X360)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 20
    52
    Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS)
    Nintendo, Action
    Pro N/A 118
    53
    Super Mario 3D World (WiiU)
    Nintendo, Platform
    Pro N/A 64
    54
    Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (WiiU)
    Nintendo, Adventure
    Pro N/A 13
    55
    Assassin's Creed: Rogue (PS3)
    Ubisoft, Action
    Pro N/A 13
    56
    NBA 2K15 (XOne)
    Take-Two Interactive, Sports
    Pro N/A 18
    57
    Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PS4)
    Ubisoft, Action
    Pro N/A 65
    58
    Madden NFL 15 (XOne)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 24
    59
    Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition (PS4)
    Activision, Role-Playing
    Pro N/A 25
    60
    Dark Souls II (PS3)
    Namco Bandai Games, Action
    Pro N/A 48
    61
    Ebikore Photo Kano Kiss (PSV)
    Kadokawa Games, Action
    Pro N/A 1
    62
    WWE 2K15 (PS4)
    Take-Two Interactive, Sports
    Pro N/A 12
    63
    The Evil Within (PS4)
    Bethesda Softworks, Action
    Pro N/A 17
    64
    Farming Simulator 2015 (PC)
    Focus Home Interactive, Simulation
    Pro N/A 19
    65
    inFAMOUS: Second Son (PS4)
    Sony Computer Entertainment, Action
    Pro N/A 47
    66
    Far Cry 4 (X360)
    Ubisoft, Shooter
    Pro N/A 12
    67
    Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker (3DS)
    Atlus, Role-Playing
    Pro N/A 2
    68
    Destiny (PS3)
    Activision, Action
    Pro N/A 22
    69
    NBA 2K15 (PS3)
    Take-Two Interactive, Sports
    Pro N/A 18
    70
    Watch Dogs (PS4)
    Ubisoft, Action
    Pro N/A 37
    71
    Forza Motorsport 5 (XOne)
    Microsoft Game Studios, Racing
    Pro N/A 64
    72
    Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX (PS3)
    Square Enix, Role-Playing
    Pro N/A 19
    73
    New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS)
    Nintendo, Platform
    Pro N/A 133
    74
    Gran Turismo 6 (PS3)
    Sony Computer Entertainment America, Racing
    Pro N/A 62
    75
    Madden NFL 15 (X360)
    Electronic Arts, Sports
    Pro N/A 24

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. Outside, in the real world, he has a passion for the outdoors which includes everything from hiking to having received his B.A. in Environmental Studies. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

    Full Article - http://www.vgchartz.com/article/253216/weekly-sales-analysis-7-february-dragon-ball-xenoverse/

  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Yesterday we were treated to a new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight. Those of you with a keen eye may have noticed a bunch of codes hidden within the trailer.

     

    Reddit User Panel_Up gathered up the codes and, with the help of the Batman community, deciphered them. The three codes, listed below, were then entered on the official website here.

    • The first spot: Type "yeah right"
    • The second spot: Type "botanical gardens"
    • The third spot: Type "your greatest fears"

    So what do they do? Each one unlocks a small description of a villain you will encounter.

    This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Solved Codes from Batman Trailer Reveal Villains - News
  • scissors
    February 26th, 2015GamespotUncategorized

    Microsoft's 7th generation home console, the Xbox 360, reached a new milestone over the holiday period. The Xbox 360 topped nine million units sold in the UK for the week ending December 20, 2014, according to VGChartz.

    The Xbox 360 has now sold 9,032,988 units in the UK, through the week ending February 7. There has also been 56.95 million games sold for the Xbox 360 at retail in the UK. There has been 10 games that has sold more than one million units and 20 that has sold more than 500,000 units.

    The bestselling Xbox 360 game in the UK is Grand Theft Auto V with sales of 2.31 million units. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has sold 2.07 million units, while Call of Duty: Black Ops II has sold 2.00 million units.

    A trio of FIFA titles are ranked four, five and six. FIFA 13 has sold 1.65 million units, FIFA 14 has sold 1.37 million units and FIFA 12 has sold 1.37 million units.

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. Outside, in the real world, he has a passion for the outdoors which includes everything from hiking to having received his B.A. in Environmental Studies. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

    Full Article - http://www.vgchartz.com/article/253215/xbox-360-sales-top-9-million-units-in-the-uk/

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