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Hey everyone. We are going to use this thread to update you all one the latest additions to the site. - Predictions league is up and running, complete with a leaderboard for the best performers so far. Keep your predictions coming in... - Worldwide console shipments going back to Mar 93 right to the present day so you can compare the performance of consoles through the years and compare shipped to sold data (found on the rest of the site). - European yearly data - our European contact have supplied us with yearly hardware sales across the different countries - these breakdowns shed a nice insight into gaming habits and relative market sizes across europe - Gaming news section - all news is now user submitted and controlled so log in and post all the latest news! You can post comments and discuss each - we'd like your help guys to build this part of the site and make our front page as up to date and topical as possible - any news is welcome, if people don't like it they won't view it and it will drop away from the front page. - Full North American charts - we are currently working on filling out the gaps in the american charts. We have data right back to 91 and are in the process of analysing and tidying it all up. Stay tuned for this! As always, all comments and suggestions are most welcome



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I think the age display in the forums is off a year. I guess that can be part of a future update.



Yours is only website that doesn't open a new tab when I middle click on a link using Firefox. Any other site opens a new tab, yours just opens the link in the current tab. It is quite annoying, so can you please look into this? Thanks!



whatever said: Yours is only website that doesn't open a new tab when I middle click on a link using Firefox. Any other site opens a new tab, yours just opens the link in the current tab. It is quite annoying, so can you please look into this? Thanks!
I mentioned this earlier and everyone said I was stupid and was doing it wrong. It actually opend a new tab, AND used the same window. VERY annoying. I found a solution. If you got Y! messenger or MSN, add me orky84. (if you have MSN I beleive that would be @yahoo.com) Dont send me a e-mail there. I dont check it. But I can tell how I got it to work for me.



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Middle click works for me. I have the Mouse Gestures extension so I don't know if that's allowing it here though or not.



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A Europe specific tracker, finally. It would be cool if you put in a separate figure for EU as a whole since that practice is quite standard for some time now. It would give us a relatively good impression of Europe as a whole, like how the US market indicates the trend in the Americas section. As for suggestions, one annoying thing I found is that whenever I visit vgcharts, it says i need to log in. i'll be opening a few threads, and If I want to reply, I have to close the page and reopen it again because when I log in, it goes back to the homepage. I can't press Back and refresh since that logs me back out, or wont recognize that I already logged in. Annoying, to say the least. Also, the name of thread titles right after "Videogame Charts" on the browser heading would be nice as well, or better yet, just use a small VGcharts logo and the thread title. It makes for easier firefox tabbed browsing.



Europe doesn't have a company that tracks all countries (or even a majority of companies) on a scheduled basis. A few specific countries have tracking companies that report weekly though. Australia does as well.



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The europe yearly chart is great!. is it possible for any game sales in Europe? and i dont think monthly charts will be happening because of the lack of tracking?



How about a global sales per month chart for all platforms to see who is gaining on who worldwide?



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