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Report: Call of Duty retail sales fall for third straight year

Following yesterday’s NPD report, Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson points out that retail sales for the Call of Duty series have declined by 27 percent year-over-year.

This is not isolated news, either. The Call of Duty series has posted slumping…
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Report: Destiny DLC countdown locking out players on PS4

The PlayStation 4 version of Bungie’s online multiplayer FPS Destiny is currently unplayable for a handful of users who have purchased the upcoming PlayStation-exclusive expansion The Dark Below, reports from Reddit indicate.

When booting up Destiny…
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Report: Mobile outpaces online PC games in Southeast Asian markets

The Southeast Asian online game market is still growing, but a new report from market research firm Niko Partners suggests that regional interest may be shifting from PC to mobile games. …

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Report: Pokemon Omega/Alpha ships 7.7 million worldwide

Pokemon is turning Ruby and Sapphire into gold again, after the 3DS remakes reportedly hit 7.7 million shipments worldwide. According to an announcement published by Famitsu (via Siliconera), last week’s European arrival of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapph…
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Report: Super Smash Bros. Wii U error code bricking systems

A memory-corrupting error reportedly stemming from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is rendering some Wii U consoles unusuable, multiple sources claim.

Users experiencing Error Code 160-0103 report a number of related issues, ranging from data deletion t…
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Report: 3DS XL on the way out in Japan

The super-size 3DS XL is about to be downsized in Japan, at least according to new details spotted on Nintendo’s website. As Siliconera reports, Nintendo’s 3DS site lists “ending production soon” notices for the seven XL colors available in the count…
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Report: Infinity Blade Heading To Xbox One

Epic co-owner Tencent has announced intentions to bring Infinity Blade to Xbox One.

According to a translated report from Gematsu, the Xbox One version of Infinity Blade will contain nearly all the levels from all three Infinity Blade games that appeared on iOS devices. It will allow for either Kinect or standard controller controls.

Gematsu also reports the game may release under a free-to-play model and is planned for launch in China before February 19, 2015. It's unclear what the timeline plans are for a North American release or if the game will also make its way to PlayStation 4.

[Source:, via NeoGAF, Gematsu, Joystiq]


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You know what would make an awesome Xbox One game, Chair? Shadow Complex 2! Pending that, though, I would be interested in trying out Infinity Blade on a console. I've never found the series all that compelling on mobile devices, but I know it's is well regarded by many. Maybe playing it on a big screen with a controller will turn me into a fan. I'm definitely interested it giving it a shot. – The Feed

Report: The Crew lead designer confident of stable launch

Glitches and save issues have plagued Ubisoft’s most recent prominent releases, but The Crew’s lead game designer, Serkan Hasan, has told The Metropolist that the upcoming social racer should have a smooth ride out of the gate. Aside from urging play…
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Report: Pokemon ORAS tops three million sales in three days

If the past two decades of endless merchandising, cartoons and video games haven’t tipped you off, people really like Pokemon. So much so that the latest entries in the core roleplaying series, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, have reportedly s…
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Report: Steam Fall Sale begins November 26

The Steam Fall Sale will commence on November 26, the day before Thanksgiving, and run until December 1, according to VG247. The site reports that an email sent by PayPal, encouraging account holders to stock up on Steam Wallet codes, has beaten…
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