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News: Japanese Sales Charts: PlayStation 4 and Bloodborne Slaughter the Competition 

Japanese Sales Charts: PlayStation 4 and Bloodborne Slaughter the Competition 

The hunt is over

The PlayStation 4 is basking in the blood of its enemies right now, as it's managed to top the Japanese hardware charts for the fifth week in a row. A slew of big software releases have kept Sony's system in first place, although that momentum could be slowing down soon now that the big hitters have passed by. Still, Bloodborne...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Dominates as Final Fantasy Type-0 Schools Software

Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Dominates as Final Fantasy Type-0 Schools Software

Class dismissed

The PlayStation 4's showing no signs of slowing down in its native Japan, as a slew of new releases are keeping the console at the top of the charts. Sony's newest black box sold through 46,395 units last week – a relatively hefty increase from its tally of 33,862 units the week before. Helping it reach that impressive number...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Steadies Its Stance as Yakuza Zero Lashes Out

Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Steadies Its Stance as Yakuza Zero Lashes Out

Sony's console on top again

Sony needed the PlayStation 4 to perform spectacularly throughout March in Japan, and while it's not exactly posting vintage numbers, it's definitely doing decently. The console's sales actually increased marginally over the last week following the release of Yakuza Zero, posting around 33,826 units as per the latest...

News: UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Steals Back Top Spot

UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Steals Back Top Spot

Heists to see you

A slew of retailer promotions, coupled with the addition of its hotly anticipated Heists update, has propelled Grand Theft Auto V back to the top of the UK sales charts. The title snuffed out former frontrunner Dying Light in order to secure its eighth cumulative week at the summit of the British best sellers list, which puts it...

News: The Order: 1886 Is Pushed Aside by Dying Light and Dragon Ball XenoVerse in February's PSN Charts

The Order: 1886 Is Pushed Aside by Dying Light and Dragon Ball XenoVerse in February's PSN Charts

The undead won't die

Despite launching back in January, zombie hack-'em-up Dying Light managed to hold onto the top sales spot on the North American PlayStation Store through February. While there wasn't much new to see on the PS3 and Vita fronts, with Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V, and Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment all sitting pretty, the PS4...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: PlayStation 4 Stays on Top for Second Week Running

Japanese Sales Charts: PlayStation 4 Stays on Top for Second Week Running

Dragon Quest Heroes still dominating software

It's still a tiny bit too early to say, but it's looking like the PlayStation 4 has managed to get something of a foothold in its native Japan. The sleek home console has got a heck of a lineup over the next few weeks, but it's already kicked things off with Dragon Quest Heroes. Dragon Quest Heroes...

News: UK Sales Charts: Dying Light Delay Doesn't Stop It From Outselling The Order: 1886 and Evolve

UK Sales Charts: Dying Light Delay Doesn't Stop It From Outselling The Order: 1886 and Evolve

Definitely not dead

In some pretty impressive news, sandbox zombie adventure Dying Light has managed to outsell both The Order: 1886 and Evolve at retail in the UK, despite the physical version of the game being delayed. The digital edition of Techland's undead romp released a month ago, but clearly that hasn't deterred the hordes of shufflers...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: As Expected, Dragon Quest Heroes Dominates While PS4 Tops Hardware

Japanese Sales Charts: As Expected, Dragon Quest Heroes Dominates While PS4 Tops Hardware

Slime money money

Dragon Quest Heroes is off to a fine start in Japan, as sales figures for its first week on the market have been revealed. Square Enix's action role-playing game sold a rather staggering 594,749 copies across both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 3. Although it's worth noting that the colourful release sold best on Sony's...

News: UK Sales Charts: Evolve Seeks Out the Summit

UK Sales Charts: Evolve Seeks Out the Summit

Level up

Finally, the UK sales charts have changed. After weeks and weeks of a samey looking top ten, Evolve and Nintendo's New 3DS have arrived to mix things up. As you'd probably expect, Turtle Rock's four-versus-one affair clawed its way to the top spot, with 48 per cent of copies sold on the PlayStation 4. This was actually one per cent less...

News: January 2015 NPD: PS4 Soars Back to US Hardware Sales Summit

January 2015 NPD: PS4 Soars Back to US Hardware Sales Summit

Return of the king

Well, that didn't last long, huh? After slipping behind the Xbox One in November and December, Sony has successfully pipped Microsoft's next-gen platform at the post in the January NPD sales report, securing the top hardware spot yet again. For those of you with short memories, the PlayStation 4 dominated the competition in the...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: Dragon Ball Xenoverse PS4, PS3 Eases Past 9,000 Units

Japanese Sales Charts: Dragon Ball Xenoverse PS4, PS3 Eases Past 9,000 Units

Just Saiyan

These next few weeks are going to be massively important for the PlayStation 4 in Japan. For the first time since launch, Sony has actually amassed a decent software lineup for Eastern gamers, and it'll be hoping to see its hardware sales increase as a result. And improve they already have, but only marginally; according to Media...

News: Far Cry 4 Drives PlayStation 4 Sales Forward in Japan

Far Cry 4 Drives PlayStation 4 Sales Forward in Japan

Min-t

It's been a bit of a slow start to the year for the PlayStation 4 in Japan, but Sony's got an impressive slate of software lined up, and it's kickstarted things this week with the overseas release of Far Cry 4. According to Media Create numbers, Ajay Ghale's adventure sold 36,239 units on the next-gen console last week, almost double what it...

News: UK Sales Charts: There Ain't Nothing to See Here

UK Sales Charts: There Ain't Nothing to See Here

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare back on top

Dying Light should, by right, have given the UK sales charts a bit of shake up this week, but seeing as it only released digitally in Europe last Wednesday, brace yourselves for a familiar top ten. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare did manage to strong arm Grand Theft Auto V from the summit, following a...