Super Mario 64 became the third DS game to cross 5 million sales in North America last week, Siliconera reports. The eight year old title joins New Super Mario Bros with 10.6 million and Mario Kart DS with 8.5 million sales. The DS has a heck of a long tail; it holds a number of sales records and is usually considered the best-selling console of all time.
Brusilov Keep is another one of the six maps coming to Battlefield 1 with In the Name of the Tsar DLC.
Yes, we’re still banging on about it.
Dragon Ball FighterZ’s reception has taken even Bandai Namco by surprised.
Super Mario 64 DS
Nintendo has dropped the suggested retail price of DS Lite to $99.99 and it has also announced that Mario games will be re-boxed for that customers can easily identify them.