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Hi. Sorry about the wording in the thread title it is kind of hard to explain in one sentence.

 

Well i dont know about you but when i check out the top 50 game sales for the Week it can get very frustrating. Not to troll but sometimes i couldnt care less about how the Wii has all the spots in the chart and to see the PS3 games i have to click on the PS3 section. But by doing that all the other Consoles games are emitted from the Sales Charts.

 

Is the way you can like pick 360 and PS3 games only so you can compare how the multiplats are doing against each other more easily? It is very hard to do that with the Wii and DS taking up most of the places?

 

E.G

PS3/360 software

Wii/PSP software

PS2/DS software



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I agree. this would be nice



I agree. this would be very nice



i agree. this would be very very nice



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It would be interesting to look at things like that.
However, the one thing that would have to be considered when a multiplatform release was different on each console.
-- This could mean different characters (e.g., Soul Calibur II).
-- This could mean different development houses putting different takes on a game (e.g., NFS: Hot Pursuit II -- the PS2 version was excellent while the Xbox/GC version was not as strong).
-- This could mean completely different games with the same name (e.g., Kool Aid Man on Atari 2600 and Intellivision: (http://www.videogamecritic.net/intelfl.htm and http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600hl.htm)

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mike_intellivision said:
It would be interesting to look at things like that.
However, the one thing that would have to be considered when a multiplatform release was different on each console.
-- This could mean different characters (e.g., Soul Calibur II).
-- This could mean different development houses putting different takes on a game (e.g., NFS: Hot Pursuit II -- the PS2 version was excellent while the Xbox/GC version was not as strong).
-- This could mean completely different games with the same name (e.g., Kool Aid Man on Atari 2600 and Intellivision: (http://www.videogamecritic.net/intelfl.htm and http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600hl.htm)

Mike from Morgantown

oh sorry i think you misunderstand what i ment. Like compare the PS3 software with teh 360 software.

 

Runs to edit OP



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Killzone 2. its not a fps. it a FIRST PERSON WAR SIMULATOR!!!! ..The true PLAYSTATION 3 launch date and market dominations is SEP 1st

I guess i am the only person that wants this then lmao



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Killzone 2. its not a fps. it a FIRST PERSON WAR SIMULATOR!!!! ..The true PLAYSTATION 3 launch date and market dominations is SEP 1st

sounds interesting. I hope it happens



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I agree. This would be nice.

Let me add something similar: It would be great if we could select "new entries", i.e. games with only "week 1" data.



Yeah... just more search options for the charts pages in general.