Gama’s NPD analysis posted

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 16 February 2009 08:11 GMT

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Having been pipped to the January NPD analysis post by Edge’s Kris Graft last week, Gamasutra’s posted up its exclusive Matt Mathews feature on the US sales numbers.

As ever, it’s a solid effort. Nice graphs. Sombre colouring. Great pies. Very authoritative. Not as Day-glo as the Edge piece, but you can’t have everything.

Do you need to read all this again? Off you go, then.

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