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The Last of Us sold 700,000 units in June in the United States, while Animal Crossing: New Leaf shifted 500,000 copies, according to a note released today from Cowen & Company’s Doug Creutz.
No other new release sold more than 100,000 units during the month, he said.
Sony announced earlier this month that The Last of Us had shipped 3.4 million copies worldwide since its launch on June 14. Sales of that level make the game the fastest selling new software franchise in the history of PlayStation and the fastest selling PS3 title of 2013 thus far.
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This weeks show.
We review: NOW YOU SEE ME
EMPIRE OF THE SUN
Parts 2 and 3 are to follow later tonight. Slight technical hitch here at MGAM towers!!!!
Double Helix had to bear the brunt of unhappy fighting fans jeering at its upcoming Xbox One fighter Killer Instinct while presenting the game live on stage at this weekend’s Evo 2013 tournament.
Taking to the stage to demo the fighter, the two Double Helix developers were booed immediately after mentioning Xbox One and discussing their “great partnership with Microsoft”.
After persevering with their introduction, the game was booed again moments later upon the Microsoft Studios and Xbox One logos appearing on stage. Around 100,000 people were thought to have been watching the event live online.
Many have criticised Microsoft for its approach to Xbox One following the console’s announcement in May, forcing the company to backtrack on its plans to implement restrictive DRM into the upcoming next-gen console.
Killer Instinct is expected to launch alongside Xbox One this November. But is it even worth getting excited about???