Football Manager 2012 Summary
Champions, Champions, Champions...
SEGA Sammy has lower figures in their latest fiscal report, which they blame partly on the global slump in the video games market, but more digital and mobile ventures will fight this.
Game sales in the US and Europe fell to 17.2m units sold, compared to the previous 18.7m. Sonic Generations reached 1.85m sales across Xbox 360, PS3, PC and 3DS.
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Shock and disbelief is not something you should be experiencing when learning Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 debuted top of the UK all format chart in its opening week.
Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was heir apparent coming 2nd, while Rockstar's PC offering of L.A. Noire was snooping 38th. Battlefield 3 fell back 3rd, Uncharted 3 6th.
DICE's Battlefield 3 has taken the UK all format chart top as last week's number one seller, with Batman: Arkham City holding on respectably 2nd, followed by FIFA 12.
Football Manager 2012 sinks one place to 4th, while Kinect Sports: Season 2 debuts 18th. Ubisoft's Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn enters 35th and Dark Souls hangs on 40th.
Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham City has swooped in and landed number one in the UK all format chart, becoming 2011's 4th biggest launch title.
It sold almost twice as many copies as Arkham Asylum during its opening week. Football Manager 2012 entered 3rd, and The Sims 3: Pets 6th.