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Tiger Woods Double Bogies In Sales

Seems Tiger Woods just can't catch a break these days as it's being reported that Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is seeing embarrassingly low sales compared to last year's game. According to data from the NPD Group, this year's golf-centric title has only managed to eke out 32 percent of what it sold last year during the same time frame. Seems Tiger may be losing his bite. Possible explanations for the downswing after the break. Read More


THQ Joins the Activation Code Trend

THQ has announced on short notice that it will actually beat EA to the punch when it comes to locking away game content behind activation codes. This is obviously becoming a catchy trend at this point. UFC Undisputed 2010 will be the first sports game that will lock away multiplayer content behind an activation code that will only come with new copies. This puts them right alongside EA, Ubisoft, and to a lesser extent other developers. THQ's system doesn't seem like a complete carbon copy of EA's however. Where EA will charge $10 for new codes t o the online modes of its sports games, THQ is only charging $5 for Undisputed 2010's multiplayer. Where EA will offer a seven-day trial period before requiring code activation, THQ hasn't announced anything similar. Read More


Nintendo Promises Improved MotionPlus Support

When Wii MotionPlus launched in June 2009, enthusiasts immediately realized what the Wii's technology was now capable of, and these abilities were shown off in releases of Wii Sports: Resort and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. After the initial games that launched with MotionPlus, support for the new-fangled extension began to slack, even into 2010. All hope is not lost, though. Other sports titles undertook the new technology, including ,i>NHL 2K10, and fishing, tennis and golf releases. A huge, upcoming third-party title, Red Steel 2 looks to take motion-controlled gaming to a new level, but besides that we don't have a huge look into 2010. Other than Red Steel 2, we haven't seen much. At Nintendo's Media Summit, we only saw one title announced to be Wii MotionPlus compatible: FlingSmash. Hit the cut to find out why Nintendo's Reggie still thinks MotionPlus has "tremendous support." Read More


New Wii Sports Resort Bundle Adds Extra MotionPlus at Half Price

Let's face it: if you're planning on getting Wii Sports Resort for someone this holiday season, and you want them to have the full experience, you're going to need at least two Wii MotionPlus peripherals. But that in itself presents its own series of potential problems. Do you buy a second game that includes the add-on, such as Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10? That's kind of costly. Or do you just buy a second stand-alone MotionPlus? Sure, that's cheaper, but then you have to either assemble an awkward package with the extra MotionPlus and Wii Sports Resort bundle held together, or wrap the MotionPlus up separately and risk facing disappointment when they open up a gift to find that it's just a MotionPlus. And that just gets even worse if they happen to insist upon opening the MotionPlus first, only to find they have no game. It's a difficult juggling act, trying to get just the right impact. Thankfully, Nintendo has come up with an answer that will solve all of our woes. Read More


PSN Update a Day Late in the US

For the first time ever, a Playstation Store North American Thursday update didn't arrive on Thursday, but was mysteriously delayed to Friday morning. Sony has given no word on the cause, but the amount of content offered in this update may justify the delay for some. Most shocking is the amount of full playable content offered in this update – three PSOne games, four demos, and a PSN game. Usually the North American store is lucky to get a single PSOne game while the Japanese store alternatively usually gets four-to-six PSOne games a week. Those PSOne games are Tomb Raider 2, Cool Boarders 2, and SimCity 2000 – all for $5.99 each. The demos are for the new FEAR 2 campaign called "Reborn," WET, DiRT 2, and NHL 10. The full game is The Legend of Han Tao at $14.99. Read More


Wii Sports Resort Clears One Million Sold in the U.S.

It appears that there is little room for doubt that Wuhu Island is the place to be this Summer for Nintendo's Wii Sports Resort. After all, over one million vacationers in the U.S. alone can't all be wrong. Indeed, since its U.S. release on July 26th, the MotionPlus-bundled game has moved over one million units, the company revealed in a press release today. In addition, the title has performed with similar numbers in both Japan and Europe. Read More