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    http://www.iemag.com/news/index.asp#DABC3411

    Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) has released its weekly report on the interactive entertainment industry, this time focusing on the week at retail of November 18-24, the time period which was kicked off by the launch of Nintendo's GameCube.
    CSFB analysts estimate that over 469,000 GameCube units were sold during its first week of availability at retail. A total of 810,000 software units were also sold, for a launch tie-in ratio of 1.7—a number which reflects the rather limited selection of titles on hand for the system’s debut. Luigi’s Mansion was the top selling videogame on any platform for the week, moving an estimated 257,000 units.
    Xbox console sales for the week were estimated at 186,000 units, bringing the total number of consoles sold to 556,000 units in the nine days the system has been on store shelves. Halo continues to be the top selling game for the Xbox, moving approximately 97,000 units over the November 18-24 time period. The tie-in ratio for the Xbox now sits at 2.4, as a total of 1.32 million titles for the console have been sold.
    The industry in general had another strong week, as PlayStation 2 sales rose 83% from the previous week, while Game Boy Color sales rose 331% and Game Boy Advance saw a 157% leap in sales.
    THQ’s WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It! for the PlayStation 2 also launched the same week and CSFB estimates it moved 194,000 units, while Electronic Arts' Harry Potter series of games remained the top seller on the Game boy Advance, Game Boy Color and PS One platforms.

    * Note—all actual sales numbers are CSFB estimates based on NPD TRST data.
    il ritorno dei castori a fine 2007? perchè no?
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    aznable-r ha scritto:
    http://www.iemag.com/news/index.asp#DABC3411

    Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) has released its weekly report on the interactive entertainment industry, this time focusing on the week at retail of November 18-24, the time period which was kicked off by the launch of Nintendo's GameCube.
    CSFB analysts estimate that over 469,000 GameCube units were sold during its first week of availability at retail. A total of 810,000 software units were also sold, for a launch tie-in ratio of 1.7—a number which reflects the rather limited selection of titles on hand for the system’s debut. Luigi’s Mansion was the top selling videogame on any platform for the week, moving an estimated 257,000 units.
    Xbox console sales for the week were estimated at 186,000 units, bringing the total number of consoles sold to 556,000 units in the nine days the system has been on store shelves. Halo continues to be the top selling game for the Xbox, moving approximately 97,000 units over the November 18-24 time period. The tie-in ratio for the Xbox now sits at 2.4, as a total of 1.32 million titles for the console have been sold.
    The industry in general had another strong week, as PlayStation 2 sales rose 83% from the previous week, while Game Boy Color sales rose 331% and Game Boy Advance saw a 157% leap in sales.
    THQ’s WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It! for the PlayStation 2 also launched the same week and CSFB estimates it moved 194,000 units, while Electronic Arts' Harry Potter series of games remained the top seller on the Game boy Advance, Game Boy Color and PS One platforms.

    * Note—all actual sales numbers are CSFB estimates based on NPD TRST data.
    Beh, i dati che emergono da questo articolo sono abbastanza in linea con quelli trapelati finora... o sbaglio?
    La morte sorride a tutti, non puoi che sorriderle di rimando...

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