Bullshit, you called him a fanboy for laughing at the joke, that’s a generalization.
but you did . you called him a sony fanboy for merely laughing at a stupid joke , you need to take a chill pill and relax. people can laugh at a joke without being generalized . knock it off and grow up.
I mean, it's not hard to understand, and I'm sure you understand it too.
We've got a general warning to stop with this but thanks anyway.
PacmannnnAESVI has been publishing for some weeks the new GSD (Game Sales Data) chart, which features digital downloads. Nintendo and Bethesda still haven't agreed to share their digital sales data.
PlayStation 4 - 35
Nintendo Switch - 10
PlayStation 3 - 2
Xbox 360 - 2
Xbox One - 1
Click on the link for more data (there is a top 50 for each platform).
Its not that serious dude lol.
A family Christmas LABO bundle (the variety kit) for the price of the Switch at present (£279) would do wonders IMO.Unless there's a price cut I think Labo will be forgotten in the coming months, it's too early to release it in Switch's life. At this time I think majority of Switch owners are hardcore fan which isn't the audience for Labo, paying £300+ Labo is too high of a barrier for casual and kids right now.
That’s why MS is pushing for cross play, it’s obvious.I mean why would you buy a Xbox when you can get a PS4 that most of your friends co-workers also own ?
Some people really were thirsty and still are to call Labo a flop as soon as possible.....even though they know it cant be really compared to regular software releases and the target audience for the most part still has to purchase the console.
In just one week, the Switch version of the game already accounts for nearly 17% of the total number of copies the game has sold in the UK (physical units only). The game originally launched on Wii U in February 2014 and is the fifth game in the Donkey Kong Country series, which first began on the SNES in 1994.
That means it is a third consecutive week at the top for PS4 exclusive God of War. The game's sales fell 56% week-on-week, yet it retains the top sport comfortably. It's the first time since The Last of Us: Remastered in July 2014 that a Sony published title has scored three consecutive weeks at No.1.
With nothing major coming to market this week, there's a good chance that the action game will secure a fourth straight No.1.
1. God of War
Wow nice. Glad to see the game continue to do well.