Articles with this tag:sales
- ogplanet_latale in LaTaleposted at 10:12 am Jan 19,2012
A whole new list of items are on sale, and to accompany them, there’s two brand new bonus events that you can win big at!. : http://latale.ogplanet.com/en/news/event/6105.og
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- Mandifesto in Riftposted at 1:56 pm Jun 30,2011
Love MMOs but don't have a lot of cash? Wish you could check out those heftier Pay-to-Play titles without having to take out a morgage on your PC? You're in luck: Today Rift: Planes of Telara has gone on sale, with the price for the core digital upgrade dropping to $4.99, and the upgrade to the Collector's Edition to $9.99. That means that you can download the game, play a week for free, and then upgrade to the full version for the price of a Big Mac.
This is great news for the MMO community, and I think these big developers need to consider discounting their game clients from the get go. It isn't the upfront cost that makes them their money, and giving away a reduced priced client (or a free one even) means that more people get in and fall in love wi
- Mandifesto in defaultposted at 3:46 pm Apr 08,2011
A few days ago Bioware announced that should you happen to be living under a rock, they will reward you for your purchase of Dragon Age 2. What I mean to say is that they are giving out codes through the EA Download Manager for Mass Effect 2 to those who bought a copy of DA2.
I don't really understand this, since most people who are Bioware fans will already own a copy of ME2. However for those who don't have the sci-fi space epic it's a great chance to motivate people to buy their own copy of DA2 rather than borrowing a friends'. Perhaps that's the whole M.O. behind the BOGO: To get people who might not really buy their own Dragon Age 2 pushed over the fence with the promise of the award winning Mass Effect 2.
To qualify and get your Mass Effect 2 PC download c
- LordYanLiang in defaultposted at 3:21 am Mar 31,2011
The Nintendo 3DS has been long-awaited by many handheld enthusiasts and Nintendo fans since its announcement some months ago. It had attracted quite a buzz in my Console Lounge here on the MMOsite forums. A lot of people were interested in this little piece of technology. A lot of people outside of the UK, that is.
Or, at least, interest in the UK fizzled quickly. According to Metro.co.uk, sales of the 3DS in England and its adjoining nations have been less than stellar. In fact, according to a private source of mine, they’ve been atrocious.
According to the news site, reports have indicated that despite a heavy pre-order load for the new 3DS, sales of the actual unit have been “lower than expected”. There’s no way to know just how low – official reports have no
- Radu_Avr in defaultposted at 12:41 am Sep 11,2009
Sales of the PS3 Slim in Japan have hit record levels, with the console selling 150,000 units in four days, 50% more units than the Xbox 360 sold in the entirety of the 2009 financial year.
The figures show the PS3 Slim to have sold 150,252 (the old model sold an additional 500 units in the same period) in the four days after its release, the highest since the console’s release.
This brings the Japanese PS3 sales total to 3,431,964 units, with the Xbox 360 trailing with 1,113,372.
Of course, the real question is how much this release will do to close the global 10 million unit gap between the Xbox 360 and the PS3, although just how many of those units are still working is open to question…
- From Sankakucomplex.com
In my opinion, this was a bit unexpected. I never thought the Slim PS3 would have sold nearly as much as the original one. It seems to be great, although the design of the old PS3 seemed to be better.
- Brotherbird in defaultposted at 2:44 am Aug 22,2007
While Blizzard's World of Warcraft remains the undisputed king of the massively multiplayer online market with more than 9 million subscribers, NCsoft's free-to-play fantasy MMOG Guild Wars has posted impressive numbers of its own. A mere five months after the ArenaNet-developed MMOG charged into battle, NCsoft revealed it had garnered the support of 1 million combatants. In June 2006, NCsoft followed up that announcement with news that the original Guild Wars and Guild Wars Factions, the game's first stand-alone expansion, had combined to sell more than 2 million copies.
With the game's second stand-alone expansion, Guild Wars Nightfall, having arrived last October, NCsoft today announced that the trio of games in the Guild Wars series has now sold a combined 4 million units. The milestone comes on the eve of the release for Guild Wars' third update, Guild Wars: Eye of the North, which is set to go live next week on August 31.
Billed as the first true expansion for the game (and the only one that isn't a stand-alone product), the focus of Eye of the North is on adding new content for existing players rather than introducing a new chapter to the game. The new content for the game i
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