World Analysis War victor Gama posts March NPD graphs, enjoys armistice

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 20 April 2009 06:51 GMT

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Gamasutra won the graph war. The site’s posted up its March NPD analysis feature, having acquired ex-Edge chart-man Kris Graft earlier this month. There will be no more silo face-off in the world of NPD analysis.

All that’s left is scorched earth. Scorched earth covered in coloured graphs. Take a look. Remember the good times.

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