Framed for murder, now they prowl the badlands, an outlaw hunting outlaws, a bounty hunter, a renegade, it's only the weekly Steam charts! These are the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.
3 years ago
Blood for the blood god, it's only the weekly Steam charts! These are the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.The debate has raged for an eternity. The infinite dilemma that has defeated even humanity's greatest minds.Which is best: guns or swords? Today, I have a definitive answer for you.
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, it's only the weekly Steam charts! These are the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.Warning: we have reached Peak Charts. Peak Charts warning. Containment about to be breached. Please evacuate the premises.
'Til all are one, it's only the weekly Steam charts! These are the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.It's one of those 'just copied and pasted all the HTML from last week' kind of weeks. This is GOOD because I am lazy but BAD because there is little new to say. Fortunately, I've brought a friend along with me this time.
By the power of Grayskull, it's only the weekly Steam charts! These are the games which sold best on Steam last week.It's all gone a bit 2015-2016 in here again, I'm afraid, but fortunately cavalry of a sort arrives in the pendulous form of some big ol' swingin' dicks.
Great Odin's beard, it's only the weekly Steam charts! That is to say, the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.This week: new entries, old favourites, and a very dirty house indeed.
Heavens to Murgatroyd, it's only the weekly Steam charts! That is to say, the ten games which sold best on Steam last week.After a string of backwards-looking weeks, it's beginning to look a lot like 2017 at last.
Cor blimey, it's only the weekly Steam Charts! As always, these are based on the accumulated sales on Steam over the previous week, not what's doing best for itself at this exact moment in time.A nice number one this week, but a rather old-fashioned top ten otherwise - with one unexpected aberration.N.B. there is NO VENGABUS this week. Repeat NO VENGA BUS. It'll return when…
It's the weekly Steam charts! These are the games which sold best on Steam last week. This week, it's the first true chart of 2017, as the last one covered the arse-end of 2016. All change, all change. I'm even going to do this one upside-down. New year, new rules! And I don't want to spoil the surprise right away.
4 years ago
Valve capped off 2016 by revealing the year's 100 highest-grossing games on Steam, which is a pretty interesting list. If you've been following Alec's prolonged breakdown over the weekly charts you'll not be shocked by revelations that Grand Theft Auto V and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are near the top, but you might not expect them to be joined by the likes of No Man's Sky…
Out with the old, in with the new. By which I mean 'and our weekly Steam Charts, showing the ten games which sold best over the previous week, returns - replete with most of the same names as last year.' SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT AND NEVER BROUGHT TO MIND?Welcome back.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's THE mosssssssst wonderful tiiiiiiiiiiiime ahaahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah I wish I had a machinegun ho ho ho ahahaha, get stuffed 2016.
Alec is away this week, following the Vengaboys around on tour. Or, if they're not currently touring, just visiting places they've been, taking photos and placing them inside his scrapbook alongside some brief reflections. That means it falls to me to tell you which ten games were the best selling on Steam in the past week, and there are some pleasant games inside.
Had a week off. (No, not a holiday, no such thing when there's a three-year-old in the house). Bit of a break from writing about games. Though I'd rebuild and resupply a little, come back fighting fit, ready for anything GAMESWORLD might throw at me next.Anything but this.
Well, this really isn't the chart I'd expected to see at this point of the year. We're in peak Silly Season, and yet last week's 10 best-selling games on Steam form a broadly unexpected bunch. Which is exactly what I like to see.
We're nearly at the end of silly season: most of the big releases are out now, with only Watch No Underscore Dogs Two really still to go. It's been a messy one for a lot of the big companies, by all accounts. Let's see how it shook out during Dishonored 2 launch week.
Last week, like drinking mulled wine on a chilly November evening, I found great comfort in a Steam top ten that seemed to reflect the wide, weird and wonderful nature of modern PC gaming. After months of recurrent names, it was a bright new dawn of variety. Anything is possible.I am a fool.
An altogether healthier chart than we've had over the last few weeks, even if the usual ghosts continue to haunt it. That was a spooky halloween reference. It's probably still Halloween in Tazmania or something. Even if it's not, there's definitely a hungover guy in a vomit-smeared David S. Pumpkins costume shambling down a street somewhere.
As I predicted, so it shall soon come to pass. The same game in no less than four slots in the Steam chart (comprising, as always, those games which sold best over the past week). Out, damn top-spot hoggers.
I have a terrible confession to make. While, on a weekly basis, I protest about the oft-unchanging nature of these charts, the truth is that a new entry makes me sigh. It means I have to laboriously type out new HTML rather than just copy the links from last week. This means terrible, unspeakable suffering in a week such as this, where there actually are…