FF7 has been in the top ten since I have owned a playstation. The amount of people that must have purchased it is pretty immense.
Sucker Punch's $10 vampire-infused take on the world of Infamous claims title of "fastest-selling PS3 digital game ever launched on PSN."
Sony today released its list of the top 20 best-selling PlayStation Network games for the month of November, revealing that Infamous: Festival of Blood has infected the top spot and set a new record for PSN game launches.
The $10 stand-alone follow-up to Infamous 2, Infamous: Festival of Blood casts players as a vampiric Cole McGrath who has a single night to track down the head vampire responsible for an undead infection sweeping through New Marais. Sony claimed the title set a new record as the "fastest-selling PS3 digital game ever launched on PSN," but did not reveal sales figures for the game.
Saints Row 2 was the second-best-selling full game of the month, capitalizing on buoyed interest in the series with November's launch of Saints Row: The Third, not to mention a promotion that sees Saints Row: The Third owners given a free downloadable copy of its predecessor. Overkill Software's Payday: The Heist and EA's NBA Jam: On Fire Edition both dropped spots over last month, and Limbo rose to the number five spot after not charting at all last month (the game was the subject of a half-off sale for PlayStation Plus members during November).
The new PSOne Classics top 5 chart was completely dominated by Square Enix titles from the Final Fantasy and Chrono series of games, and two new releases--Corpse Party and Fate/Extra--grabbed the top two spots on the new PSP-specific chart.
Top 20 PSN and PS3 Full Games
1. Infamous: Festival of Blood
2. Saints Row 2
3. Payday: The Heist
4. NBA Jam: On Fire Edition
6. Jurassic Park: The Game - Full Season
7. Real Steel
8. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
9. Resident Evil 4
10. Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
11. Daytona USA
13. Castle Crashers
16. Hasbro Family Game Night
17. Battlefield 1943
18. Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition
19. Mass Effect 2
20. Castlevania Harmony of Despair
Top 5 PS3 Add-Ons
1. Batman: Arkham City - Nightwing Bundle
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops - Rezurrection: Content Pack 4
3. Batman: Arkham City - Robin Bundle
4. DC Universe Online - Fight for the Light
5. Gran Turismo 5 Complete Pack
Top 5 PSOne Classics
1. Chrono Cross
2. Final Fantasy VII
3. Chrono Trigger
4. Final Fantasy V
5. Final Fantasy IX
Top 5 PSP Games
1. Corpse Party
3. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
4. Dissidia 012 Prologus Final Fantasy
5. Phantasy Star Portable 2
I remember reading somewhere that Square Enix said that Chrono sereies games did not sell well, and that's why they never made more. While it is a little surprising to see Chrono Cross at the top, this result should melt such a position. Unless they were saying that as an excuse to not make any more. Granted, I don't trust Square Enix to make a Chrono game anymore, so I don't know how to feel about this. =(
As soon as I heard Festival of Blood was coming out I knew I'd wait for the bundle with Infamous 2. Nice to know the spin-off is worth paying the money for. Absolutely loved the first Infamous, quality stuff.
Corpse Party and Fate/Extra are doing great.Awesome!!hopefully,we get to see Corpse Party's sequel(which was released in Japan in September now)and maybe other Visual Novel-styled games!!
Glad to see Fate/Extra doing well. I'm a bit fan of the FSN franchise, so I get any properly imported properties when I can, and it's an awesome game. Festival of Blood was quite fun, and Infamous 2 was one of my favorite games this year, so it's all good.
Squarenix selling a lot old ps1 and its great that Infamous 2 cold in blood sold since was a gd spoof but not as great as Red Dead Reptation Undead spoof. Next i would like to see next year spoof Max Pync 3 or something else.
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