Amazing isn't it? This game deserves all the sales.
In terms of weeks, I think Crash is still no 1 with seven weeks in a row.
can it do 500k by the end of year in UK?[Week 16, 2018] GOD OF WAR (SONY COMPUTER ENT.) - 96,000 / NEW
[Week 17, 2018] GOD OF WAR (SONY COMPUTER ENT.) - 62,000 / 158,000 (-35%)
[Week 18, 2018] GOD OF WAR (SONY COMPUTER ENT.) - 27,000 / 185,000 (-56%)
[Week 19, 2018] GOD OF WAR (SONY COMPUTER ENT.) - 19,000 / 204,000 (-30%)
You should see the last couple of PAL threads too, this ones actually kinda tame in comparison... embarrassing nevertheless though,
You think this is bad? Have you seen Media Create? A shitfest
You're basing this more on hope than expectation I think. Space is at a premium and retailers will clear poor sellers quick. GAME has already knocked £10 off the price of both Labo sets.If the Switch is a hot holiday item? Absolutely. LABO is made for the holiday season and Nintendo can strike deals with retailers to make sure it's represented in their stores.
Now, if it underperforms this Christmas, retailers won't order more units and it'll be off the shelves early next year.
This is my take as well. Something that no one cared about in April / May isn't suddenly going to start flying off the shelves just because it's Christmas.Labo is a bomb and will be long forgotten come holiday season. It's a cool idea, but there is no way something is going to fail in May and suddenly become successful in December, just because. A rising tide does lift all boats, but only in the case of things that were pretty successful in the first place.
Yeah my bad. I thaught they came out same day. Soo yeah Sod2 has a chance for sure
I reckon the PAL charts in two weeks time will probably look like this:
What´s wrong with people prefering Nintendo to make games that actually interest them?
This is a pretty non-sensical take.
GTS holding on to the 40th spot on the Individual chart.All Formats
Damn, GoW has legs of steel. Very happy for SSM.Sony’s PS4 ‘God of War’ takes a fourth consecutive week at No1.
Last week it equalled ‘The Last of Us: Remastered’ and so now has one more week – for a Sony published game it is now looking to beat a 6 week consecutive run for Sony’s ‘The Last of Us’ on PS3 (starting week 24, 2013), or if including PS2, an 8 week run for ‘Gran Turismo 3’ (starting week 29, 2011). Nintendo remain at No2 with week 2 of Switch ‘Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze’ and Ubisoft remain at No3 for a second week with ‘Far Cry 5’. Ubisoft’s ‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ makes a return to the Top 10, climbing 9 places to No8 thanks to some promotional activity. Rockstar/Take 2’s ‘GTA V’ also climbs back in to the Top 10, up 3 places to No9, as do Activision thanks to ‘Destiny 2’, up 6 places to No10. There’s one new entry within the Top 40 debuting at No13 and that is Deep Silver’s ‘Conan Exiles’ for PS4/Xbox One. Microsoft’s ‘Forza Horizon 3’ is a high re-entry at No19 thanks to promotional Xbox One S hardware bundle deals.
https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2018-05-13-god-of-war-scores-fourth-consecutive-no-1-in-uk-boxed-chartsFor the fourth consecutive week in a row, God of War is No.1 (despite a 30% dip in sales week-on-week).
It means that the game has surpassed The Last of Us: Remastered as the Sony-published PS4 game with the most consecutive No.1s. It's quite a specific feat, admittedly, and it's not exactly faced any real competition. But the game has been quite a sizeable hit for Sony, and it's comfortably the second biggest new game released this year behind Far Cry 5.
All of this is for physical game sales only.
If it secures two more No.1s in a row, it will have surpassed The Last of Us on PS3's six-week run at the top spot. Although it faces a bit of competition over the coming weeks, such as from Hyrule Warriors on Nintendo Switch, the remastered versions of Dark Souls and another PS4 exclusive in the form of Detroit: Become Human.
Other things it supposes is that
lol. These four posts in a row say everything. God of War struting it's stuff.