Once again, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has come out on top in the weekly UK sales chart for the 28th week of the year ending on July 14. This marks Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’s third consecutive week at the top of the charts since its release on Xbox One and Switch at the end of June. I mentioned it last week but after Crash’s high sales last year on PS4 alone, I had a feeling that it might be tough for others to slow the Bandicoot now that he’s been let loose on other platforms. As for new arrivals on the list, LEGO The Incredibles, which didn’t release in the UK until last week, debuted at the number two spot. New Switch arrivals Octopath Traveler and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker both had solid opening releases and slotted in at third and fourth respectively. God of War rounded out the top five this week Jurassic World: Evolution falling from second to seventh. The top 40 … [Read more...] about Crash Bandicoot Again Takes Top Spot in Weekly UK Sales, Octopath Traveler Debuts at Third
The UK sales chart for the week ending on July 7 have come in, and once again, Activision’s Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has taken the top spot. While it couldn’t unseat Crash, Jurassic World: Evolution, which launched physically last week, made its debut at number 2 on the sales charts. Its arrival pushed down The Crew 2, FIFA 18, Mario Tennis Aces, God of War, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe all down one spot compared to the week before. After seeing how long Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy stayed atop UK sales charts last year as a PS4 exclusive only, it’ll be interesting to see what it takes to unseat the game now that it’s available on multiple platforms. The full list of the top-40 highest selling games in the UK for last week provided by Ukie can be found as follows. Last Week This Week Title Age Rating Publisher 1 1 CRASH BANDICOOT N.SANE TRILOGY PEGI 7+ ACTIVISION 2 JURASSIC WORLD: … [Read more...] about Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Remains Atop UK Sales Chart for Second Straight Week
A METEOR is looming in the skies above Fortnite:Battle Royal sparking theories the hit game is in for apocalyptic changes. It was small at first but the closer the space rock gets, the more players are left wondering what on earth is going to happen next. Is a meteor going to hit Tilted Towers in Fortnite? The meteor lighting up the skies in Fortnite is heading straight towards Tilted Towers, say many of those that play the game. Some even say the 'skydive' vibrations from the game's controller can even be translated into Morse Code. They say the buzzes spell out a coded grid location for SOS D5 - exactly where Tilted Towers is based. The theory ties in with rumours the populat spot is going to be replaced with an area called Captive Castle. Players can view the meteor in Fortnite by looking up to the Northeast from the Loot Lake area of the map. The meteor is definitely getting bigger as well - this is looking to get pretty serious after all... It seems likely that the … [Read more...] about Is the Fortnite meteor shower going to hit Tilted Towers, will it be destroyed and what other theories are there?
ARE your kids hassling you for V-Bucks? Then it is already too late – they are hooked on Fortnite Battle Royale. The hit online game is like a cross between Minecraft and The Hunger Games, where players hunt for weapons to kill each other. Rapper Drake, who live-streams his battles, is among Fortnite’s 45million players. But while the game is free to download, special items cost V-Bucks, the in-game currency bought using real money. Here, GRANT ROLLINGS explains why Fortnite fans think it is worth it. What’s it about? A hundred players parachute on to an island, each initially armed only with a pickaxe. Waiting to be collected are crossbows, rifles and grenade launchers. The last fighter standing is the winner. Rapper Drake plays survival video game Fortnite with Ninja and Travis Scott It has been called Call Of Duty for kids. Players should be at least 12, as the game is rated PEGI 12 due to "frequent scenes of mild violence", according to the UK Video … [Read more...] about Hit video game Fortnite’s Battle Royale has children hooked — here’s why is it so popular
By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 27 March 2018 12:48 GMT It seems like Puzzle Fighter is heading to PC, PS4, and Xbox One – and soon. Puzzle Fighter, Capcom’s tile-matching multiplayer game, is coming to mobile. According to the Pan European Game Information board (PEGI), it’s even supposed to be out today for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game was recently given a PEGI-12 rating (via PS Lifestyle). Puzzle Fighter was released in November on iOS and Android. The game is basically modern version of the classic Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, complete with progression systems, a more mobile-friendly UI, and plenty of appearances by Capcom characters. The mobile version is free-to-play, with many microtransactions and loot boxes. It’s not clear if the PC and console versions will also be free-to-play. In some cases, free-to-play games that debut on mobile end up charging an entry fee for their PC/console release. Until Capcom officially announces the game, though, … [Read more...] about Capcom’s Puzzle Fighter rated for PC, PS4, Xbox One