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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Mario Kart 8's Nintendo Switch port launched in 2017 with the added Deluxe moniker, polishing the winning kart racing formula and becoming the platform's top seller a few years later.
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Best family-friendly games to play to kiss year 2020 a jolly goodbye
Treat your loved ones with some New Year's joy with these family-friendly games.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fends off FIFA 20 to claim top spot in UK
By now there's no doubt that Infinity Ward and Activision knocked Call of Duty: Modern Warfare out of the park, and the last week of retail in the UK only reinforced this fact. Fending off FIFA 20 in these months is nothing to be smirked at.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe first in UK, Minecraft best but loses again
Even though the numbers are pretty clear that Minecraft has been the best selling game for the second week in a row, the fact that its different versions have different publishers has once again robbed Mojang's game of first place.
Nintendo earn $250 million on Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Nintendo made it no secret that the US holiday shopping season represents a large chunk of their annual earnings and the company had a season to remember, selling more than $250 million worth of gear from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe update helps less experienced players
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe got an update that fixed quite a few things, especially in online matchmaking. Fixes have been made to communication during and after spectating. Also you now get no more than two Piranha Plants at the same time.
Detroit: Become Human tops UK chart, State of Decay 2 second
Quantic Dream and David Cage's Detroit: Become Human has taken over UK physical sales chart, followed by State of Decay 2 and Dark Souls Remastered. Unfortunately, the God of War record Barlog and Co were hoping for ain't happening.
Crash Bandicoot breaks record for most #1 retail spots in 2017
Crash Bandicoot set a record this week for most times at No1 in 2017 on the UK retail chart. Agents of Mayhem debuted at number four and City Skylines: PlayStation 4 Edition did better than its Xbox One counterpart, debuting at number 20.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy tops charts two weeks in a row
Another week, another top spot for Crash Bandicoot. This is mostly impressive because the game is a single platform release. There are some surprises this week as Battlefield 1 and Horizon Zero Dawn re-enter the UK retail top ten.
Nintendo Switch is nearing 20 million sold units milestone
Fiscal reports continue, as Nintendo are now posting their numbers. According to the documents, Nintendo has sold about 19,67 million Nintendo Switch units as of June 30, marking a sales increase over the same time period last year.
Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy first in UK third week running
There's no doubt that letting Crash Bandicoot switch PlayStation exclusivity for greener, Microsoftendo pastures has been a shrewd business move, with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy holding firm in the UK for the third week running.