2010 MOST REQUESTED VIDEO GAMES AND MOVIES ON GOOZEX

College Park, Md.– Goozex, Inc., the #1 online video game and movie trading community, released its annual review of the most member requested video games and movies. The list is a cumulative demand total produced by Goozex members that added items to their“request queue” in 2010.

Perhaps a surprise to some, the overall most requested title belonged to the PlayStation 3’s Heavy Rain title published by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Similarly, Alan Wake, published by Microsoft, was the fifth most overall requested title on Goozex in 2010.  The immensely popular titles Halo: Reach and Call of Duty: Black Ops were noticeably absent from the top 10 most requested list, most likely because of their“must own” status reflected in their opening week sales figures.

2010 video game demand showed more parity between Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3.  Nintendo Wii titles did not make the top 10 most requested list.  Titles released on the Blu-Ray movie platform continued to see the most demand on Goozex in 2010.  

Overall Top 10 Most Requested Items on Goozex in 2010 :

    <*>Heavy Rain <*>Red Dead Redemption <*>God of War III <*>Mass Effect 2 <*>Alan Wake <*>BioShock 2 <*>Final Fantasy XIII <*>Uncharted 2: Among Thieves <*>Bayonetta <*>Battlefield: Bad Company 2

Top 10 Most Requested Xbox 360 Games in 2010:

    <*>Red Dead Redemption <*>Mass Effect 2 <*>Alan Wake <*>BioShock 2 <*>Bayonetta <*>Battlefield: Bad Company 2 <*>Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction <*>Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 <*>Darksiders <*>Halo: Reach

Top 10 Most Requested PS3 Games in 2010:

    <*>Heavy Rain <*>God of War III <*>Red Dead Redemption <*>Final Fantasy XIII <*>Uncharted 2: Among Thieves <*>MAG <*>Demon’s Souls <*>Darksiders <*>Infamous <*>Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Top 10 Most Requested Wii Games in 2010:

    <*>Super Mario Galaxy 2 <*>New Super Mario Bros. Wii <*>Super Mario Galaxy <*>The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess <*>Kirby’s Epic Yarn <*>Metroid: Other M <*>No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle <*>Super Smash Bros. Brawl <*>Donkey Kong Country Returns <*>Metroid Prime Trilogy

Top 10 Most Requested DS Games in 2010:

    <*>Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies <*>Pokemon SoulSilver Version <*>New Super Mario Bros. <*>Mario&Luigi: Browser’s Inside Story <*>Pokemon HeartGold Version <*>The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks <*>Scribblenauts <*>Professor Layton and the Curious Village <*>The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass <*>Professor Layton and the Unwound Future

Top 10 Most Requested PSP Games in 2010 :

    <*>Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker <*>God of War: Chains of Olympus <*>Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep <*>Valkyria Chronicles II <*>Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII <*>Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable <*>God of War: Ghost of Sparta <*>Dissidia Final Fantasy <*>Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops <*>LittleBigPlanet

Top 10 Most Requested PC Games in 2010<1>:

    <*>Mass Effect 2 <*>BioShock 2 <*>Dragon Age: Origins <*>Mass Effect <*>Sid Meier’s Civilization V <*>Fallout 3 <*>Star Craft II: Wings of Liberty <*>Borderlands <*>Crysis <*>The Sims 3

Top 10 Most Requested Movies in 2010:

    <*>Avatar <*>Zombieland <*>Star Trek <*>District 9 <*>Iron Man 2 <*>Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy <*>Toy Story <*>Toy Story 2 <*>The Dark Knight <*>Iron Man

About Goozex, Inc.

Goozex, Inc. offers an award winning peer-to-peer online marketplace for trading media goods and it is headquartered in College Park, Maryland.  Goozex.com has become the leader in online game trading centered on a virtual point system since the site launched in July 2006. Users sell their games and movies for Goozex Points, which can be redeemed for other video games or movies for only $1.99. The system offers its users a fair market value for their products and guarantees all trades. 

Goozex , your game trading community TM. Please visit our website at www.goozex.com

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