Here are the latest hardware sales from Japan. The Nintendo Switch leads the way topping the charts selling almost 38K. The PS4 and 3DS systems round out the top 3 spots. Check out the official numbers below:
The top selling games for North America have been released, so check out the full rundown below. Injustice 2 leads the way followed by Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Check out the list below and let us know if you purchased any of these games:
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe*
Grand Theft Auto V
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild*
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadow of Valentia*
MLB 17: The Show
During today’s Microsoft E3 2017 press conference, it was revealed that the XBOX One X, Microsoft’s newest addition to the XBOX family will retail for $499. The new home console will be the most powerful system to date and packs true 4K gameplay, movie playback and many other nifty features. The system will be fully compatible with all XBOX One accessories and games and comes in a small, sexy box.
Microsoft showcased over 40 titles during the show and we were overall pretty impressed with the show. It will be interesting to see how the system launches this November.
What are your feelings on the XBOX One X? You certainly have our attention Microsoft.
During today’s Microsoft E3 2017 press conference, the official name was revealed for the upcoming home console from the company and it’s called XBOX One X. The system, which launches this November, is the most powerful home console AND the smallest XBOX yet. It was presented pretty sweet and kicked off things for Microsoft right from the beginning. An all new Forza was shown during the big reveal as well.
XBOX One X will release on November 7th. More news as it develops.
Here is the live stream for Microsoft’s E3 2017 showcase. From Scorpio to XBOX One S, Microsoft is looking to make a HUGE splash at this year’s show so keep it here and watch it live. Stay tuned for more Microsoft and XBOX E3 2017 news.
It’s almost time for Microsoft to show their E3 2017 muscle and we have a sneak peak at the stage. Check out the image above as we get ready for the big show. Microsoft will no doubt focus on Project Scorpio and we expect some interesting things to come out of the show. Stay tuned for more on Microsoft and E3 2017.
Looks like E3 2017 starts NOW! Check out this nifty little video showcasing Microsoft’s upcoming system, Project Scorpio. In this video, the team discusses the system itself and the development kit for the console. Larry Hryb, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson talks to Kevin Gammill from the Xbox engineering team about the Project Scorpio Xbox Development Kit, and what it means for game creators.
The latest Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales) from Japan have arrived, so check them out below. The Nintendo Switch has lead the way shifting over 23K in units despite the system having shortages in the region. The PS4 comes in at 2nd place moving close to 16K. Check out the full breakdown below:
Switch – 23,524 (27,146)
PlayStation 4 – 15,854 (13,972)
New 3DS LL – 12,676 (14,610)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 5,492 (5,030)
PlayStation Vita – 4,454 (4,092)
2DS – 2,904 (2,667)
New 3DS – 915 (1,018)
PlayStation 3 – 714 (258)
Wii U – 221 (177)
Xbox One – 167 (121)
Ubisoft has uploaded a trailer for this years E3 2017, so watch it above. E3 2017 is just under 2 weeks away and Ubisoft plans on bringing a ton of games to the big show. The 60 second spot is pretty funny and I like the way the company poked fun at themselves at the end. Check it out and stay tuned for more E3 2017 coverage.
Here are the latest Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales) from Japan. The Nintendo Switch has once again lead the way in terms of sales moving almost 49K units and we expect even larger sales in the upcoming weeks. With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe power-sliding into retail soon, the Switch looks like it will continue its sales momentum.
Check out the list below for the full breakdown:
Switch – 48,694 (45,673)
New 3DS LL – 17,570 (18,115)
PlayStation 4 – 15,222 (17,067)
PlayStation Vita – 5,164(5,592)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 4,112 (4,855)
2DS – 3,945 (4,475)
New 3DS – 1,114 (1,234)
PlayStation 3 – 367 (432)
Wii U – 262 (271)
Xbox One – 68 (142)