Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included the magazine’s sales ranking for the month of September (more precisely from August 28th to September 24th) in the Japanese digital download marketplace. This month is quite interesting, as it sees the debut of Destiny 2, which had a pretty underwhelming debut at retail compared to its predecessor. Pokémon
Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and its mobile label Forwardworks announced that their first iOS and Android game, Everybody’s Golf, has passed four million downloads. The game was at over two million downloads by the beginning of August, following its release in Japan on July 4th. Looks like the number of active players has been growing
In the 34th week of the UK sales chart, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was finally dethroned by fellow PS4 exclusive Uncharted: The Legacy. Now, the 35th week of the UK sales chart is in, and once again Queen Chloe and Queen Nadine rule, holding off an impressive trio of Rabbids, Mario, and even Dinosaurs.
Clap Hanz’s Everybody’s Golf has finally been released in North America, and to celebrate, Sony Interactive Entertainment launched a free PS4 dynamic theme for your perusal. The theme is only available on the North American PlayStation Store for the moment, and can be downloaded here. If you live in Europe, you can probably afford waiting
Another year, another E3 — and as is tradition, DualShockers hands out awards to what we (and our readers collectively) think are the best games at the show. This year had some stiff competition, with three games nearly tying for Game of the Show. But, with plenty of arguing, debating, and compromising we have DualShockers’