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Shadow1980 said:

Tax season is upon us, which means we're looking at a strong month for hardware sales. This is also a big month for remakes and re-releases, with Shadow of the Colossus and Secret of Mana releasing for the PS4, and Bayonetta 1 & 2 coming out for the Switch.

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I think you have your weeks ahead by 1



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Tagging Hopefully this month holds some nice bargains for us gamers worldwide, and not just Amazon. In the U.S. the tax returns this month should give a little boost to sales, as well as the new games releasing. E3 is still a ways away. MARK YOUR CALENDAR JUNE 12-14, 2018 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Hope that PS4 gets a price cut soon and I'm hoping they choose to do it before E3. Holding out all the way June just to give everyone a SRP sticker shock is totally overkill and would create havoc to supply/demand/shipping. Doubt I'll see the $199.oo PS4 again until the Christmas holiday shopping season. Until then they can surely take $10 off as a gesture of appeasing consumer interest.



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zorg1000 said:

I think you have your weeks ahead by 1

January was a 5-week month. The National Retail Federation, whose calendar is used by NPD, periodically has a "53-week year," basically something like a "fiscal leap year" to account for a calendar year being not exactly 52 weeks (a standard year is 52 weeks and one day; a leap year is 52 weeks and two days). Normally the "4-4-5" calendar divides the fiscal year up into 52 weeks, with March, June, September, and December being 5-week months and all the others being 4-week months. But when they decide that a 53-week year is needed, the NRF will make the January sales period a 5-week month. Previous 5-week January periods were in 1996, 2001, 2007, and 2013, so they do this once every 5 to 7 years as needed.



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Bayo 2 coming for the Throne. SNES classic jesus....



Shadow1980 said:
zorg1000 said:

I think you have your weeks ahead by 1

January was a 5-week month. The National Retail Federation, whose calendar is used by NPD, periodically has a "53-week year," basically something like a "fiscal leap year" to account for a calendar year being not exactly 52 weeks (a standard year is 52 weeks and one day; a leap year is 52 weeks and two days). Normally the "4-4-5" calendar divides the fiscal year up into 52 weeks, with March, June, September, and December being 5-week months and all the others being 4-week months. But when they decide that a 53-week year is needed, the NRF will make the January sales period a 5-week month. Previous 5-week January periods were in 1996, 2001, 2007, and 2013, so they do this once every 5 to 7 years as needed.

Ok i heard others say it would bre next year.

So will March still be 5 weeks?



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