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Konami requests delisting for Skullgirls on Xbox Live and PSN

Xbox Live Arcade and PSN title Skullgirls looks likely to be removed from sale in the near future. Polygon reports that Lab Zero Games design director Mike Zaimont confirmed via a Twitch stream that Sony had informed him of a request to remove the game (which was made without the …

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State of Decay scores third XBLA UK No.1

For the third week in a row, State of Decay is the best selling Xbox Live Arcade game in the UK. The game has managed to sustain its success and keep Minecraft from its No.1 position for longer than any other game has managed for over a year. Outside of …

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XBLA title State of Decay matches the UK’s ENTIRE physical market in one week

275,000 physical games were sold in the UK last week. Xbox Live title State of Decay sold 250,000 units in two days in the same week. It’s an observation made by UK journalist Lee Bradley and is one that perfectly illustrates the changing dynamics of the video game market. Of …

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Those Xbox Live gamers sure do love Minecraft

The UK Xbox Live Arcade charts are in. And in the least shocking news of the day – Minecraft is No.1. It’s always No.1. That’s not true, actually. There was this one time a few weeks ago when Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (this week No.5) was No.1. It was …

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The end of Xbox Live Arcade

Microsoft is abolishing the Xbox Live Arcade and Indie game sections for the Xbox One’s new marketplace, Phil Harrison has revealed. Speaking toEurogamer, the Microsoft EMEA corporate VP said that the Xbox Live Arcade and indie channels were being ditched in favour of a marketplace that did not discriminate against …

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Minecraft holds Xbox Live UK No.1 spot for ninth consecutive week

Minecraft is the No.1 UK Xbox Live Arcade game for the ninth week on the trot. It’s been No.1 since we started printing our exclusive XBLA charts back in February. The game has withheld stiff competition from free-to-play game Happy Wars, plus a string of price discounts in recent weeks. …

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PSN sales of Retro City Rampage outpace Steam and Xbox Live

Brian Provinciano’s indie hit Retro City Rampage has enjoyed more success on PSN than any other digital platform. Of course, there’s no reason why it should not – but in an age where we’re constantly told of the brilliance of Steam and the financial success of Xbox Live, the news …

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