Tomb Raider News (PS3)

Injustice: Gods Among Us debuts ahead of BioShock Infinite in UK chart

Posted: 22.04.2013 by Technet2k

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Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite has been knocked out of the sky by Superman and co. as Injustice: Gods Among Us has entered the chart in first place. Fire Emblem: Awakening for 3DS came third.

It's been a while since a brawler has managed to take the UK chart throne. Tomb Raider has slinked down fourth, which is followed by MMO Defiance. FIFA 13, Black Ops 2, Luigi's Mansion 2 still in top ten.

BioShock Infinite, Xbox 360 lead March 2013 US sales according to NPD

Posted: 19.04.2013 by JonahFalcon

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BioShock Infinite and the Xbox 360 ruled the roost in March 2013 in the United States, according to the NPD.

BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider continue UK chart leads

Posted: 15.04.2013 by Technet2k

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Irrational's BioShock Infinite keeps 1st place in the UK all format chart for another week followed by Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider in 2nd. FIFA 13 and Defiance trade places 3rd and 4th respectively.

Luigi's Mansion 2 also holds 5th another week, with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Assassin's Creed 3 climbing 6th and 7th. The top 10 titles remain more or less the same suspects.

UK's boxed sales in March aided by Tomb Raider and BioShock Infinite

Posted: 12.04.2013 by Technet2k

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The month of March for the UK's video game retail market wasn't so bad thanks to Square Enix's Tomb Raider and 2K Games' BioShock Infinite. While it was 1.5% down from 2012, it beat January and February.

In fact revenue was up 4.2% this March compared to last year's, jumping from £67.7m to £70.6m. Tomb Raider was the lead runner selling more than double of BioShock Infinite.

New Square Enix president to "fundamentally review what works and what doesn't"

Posted: 03.04.2013 by Technet2k

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Yosuke Matsuda has been named the president of publisher Square Enix after Yoichi Wada resigned following an "extraordinary loss" this financial year. Matsuda-san will be aggressively reviewing the business.

At a briefing session, the new president said they'd be "thoroughly squeezing out" what doesn't work. A more concrete plan will be unveiled "in the near future," he said.