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  1. As mentioned during yesterday's Nintendo Direct, select games released on Nintendo Wii will soon be available on Wii U as digital downloads, with Super Mario Galaxy 2 leading the pack (and that's available right now). The download size of Super Mario Galaxy 2 is about 1,369 MB. But once it's on your system, it's there for keeps! Presumably, if Nintendo keeps up the pace, you could have an entire library of full retail Wii games on your Wii U system, without anymore need for switching over to Wii Mode, or what have you. Upon initial boot-up, the Wii U prompts you to pair a Wii Remote to your system if you haven't already, as the Wii Remote and sensor bar are required for some games still (like Super Mario Galaxy 2). Nintendo has said in the Direct that if a game supports the Classic Controller (like Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn or Xenoblade Chronicles, to name a few), it will be fully playable using the Wii U Gamepad. Digitally downloading Super Mario Galaxy 2 wasn't like porting a Wii Virtual Console game over to Wii U. I'm happy to report that everything is seamless; even a game's save data (assuming it exists, tucked into your Wii U console) is still intact! The Wii on Wii U digital downloads just seem to be a way to nix the need for a disc and the cumbersome Wii Mode process. Everything works like it should. So, that's that! If anyone has any questions, be sure to let me know. These downloadable games are typically available for $19.99, but during their respective launch weeks, you can purchase them for 50% off. Stay tuned for more coverage of these digital Wii games as they become available through the end of the month!
  2. Not sure why, and not sure how long it lasts, but Arkham Origins Blackgate is $20 for a download code for the Vita version. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00GGUSZVY/ref=nosim/cheapassgam08-20 It's only the Vita download, physical copies are still $35 for Vita and I think $30 for 3DS. Anyway, if $20 is your "eh, I'll try it" point for this game, there it is.
  3. Marcus Estrada

    NPD to Start Tracking Digital Game Sales

    If you ever look at NPD statistics released month after month, you'll see trends that seem to bode ill for gaming as a whole. Sometimes it seems, and is interpreted, that gaming is in a decline. However, the real point to make is that physical game sales are in decline while digital sales pick up the excess and continue to grow. Because of this, NPD is finally set to address what they have been missing by tracking digital sales. They have previously followed total consumer spending (including mobile, social, subscription, etc) but they can only do so much without the industry offering better standards of data presentation. David McQuillan, president of the games group of NPD, said the following to Games Industry International. By the way, POS stands for Point of Sale: "The plan is to have digital POS sales integrated into our US new physical POS retail sales data to enable more efficient analysis for our clients. The timing of when that will happen has not been finalized. Since hardware and accessories can't be sold digitally, we don't think digital will ever become bigger than physical retail sales at the total industry level. That said, if you're isolating content sales, we're already at the point where we estimate that digital sales of content are at par with new physical retail sales. Digital sales will continue to grow, but we also believe that we'll see a return to growth in new physical retail sales of content in 2014." Their findings will track stats globally, as opposed to region-centric reports that NPD has been doing thus far. They are likely right by assuming physical hardware sales will increase in 2014 due to the influx of two new consoles, but who knows what years beyond 2014 hold.
  4. So, in what I'm assuming is an effort to beat Steam's summer sale to the punch, Amazon is having a big sale on PC digital downloads: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ref=hy-bill-dvg-1&ie=UTF8&docId=1000716161 Some good deals on some good titles here people, so check 'em out! (found on CAG, as usual)
  5. PC Digital Download: Hitman Absolution for $7.12, Professional Edition for $8.55 (Steam activated) GamersGate currently has Hitman: Absolution on sale for $7.49 (70% off). Use coupon code elder-geek.com at checkout to save an additional 5%, bringing the final price down to $7.12. As far as I know, this is the lowest price yet. Link [gamersgate.com] Note: Game requires Steam for activation. Hitman Absolution Professional Edition [steamgamesales.com] is also on sale for $8.55 after coupon
  6. DarkCobra86

    PC Digital Download: L4D or L4D2 $4 each

    PC Digital Download: Left 4 Dead or Lead 4 Dead 2 $4 each *Activates via Steam* GameFly 20% off code GFDMAY20 Left 4 Dead (PC Digital Download) [gamefly.com] Lead 4 Dead 2 (PC Digital Download) [gamefly.com] $4 each after 20% code Activates via Steam
  7. DarkCobra86

    PC Digital Download: Sleeping Dogs

    GameFly has Sleeping Dogs (PC Digital Download) for $13.59 - 10% off with promo code SLICKAPR10 = $12.23. Thanks Discombobulated This has the Triad Enforcer DLC Pack $12 Note, game activates via Steam client http://www.gamefly.com/Download-Sleeping-Dogs-Digital-Edition/5003868/?adtrackingid=cmju029
  8. I just thought those interested in The Cave might like to know the PC download version is 50% off now at Get Games, which makes it $7.49. It activates on Steam. http://getgamesgo.com/product/the-cave Get Games isn't as widely known as the likes of Gamersgate or Green Man Gaming, but they have some good deals every now and then so I like to check them out from time to time. You may have to create an account with Get Games, but you can pay through Paypal if you don't want to give them your credit card info. Just make sure on the checkout page you change the Delivery Zone droplist to "Rest of the World" to display the price in USD, unless you happen to live in the UK, in which case you don't have to do anything. They've also got some other Sega games on sale, if you're interested. From that page just hit the "special offers" tab and check 'em out.
  9. While Ni No Kuni might still be a week away for gamers in the United States, the game has already appeared ready to download on the Japanese Playstation Store. And you are not going to enjoy the downright magical size of the download. How big is it? Nineteen gigabytes. It hurts just to type that. Sure it isn't the largest game installation ever, but you have to keep in mind that the Playstation 3 requires at least double the size of the game's download size to be free and accessible in order to install the game, so you actually need to have 38gigs free on your hard drive to download it. So if you're looking to go on a magical adventure on your PS3 next week, then you better start making space for it.
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