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BioShock Infinite Outpaces Tomb Raider In The US As March's Best-Selling Game

Posted on Friday, April 19 @ 11:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn


The US sales results for March are in, and BioShock Infinite is the clear victor. Irrational's latest title sold a total of 878,000 copies in the region, according to analyst firm Cowen. It's worth noting that this sales figure does not take into account digital sales, so the total number is undoubtedly a bit larger.

Nipping at its heels is Crystal Dynamics Tomb Raider, which is then followed by Gears of War: Judgment and God of War: Ascension. Interestingly enough, both BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider performed better in their first month than any other entry in their respective franchises. However, the same most definitely cannot be said for the God of War and Gears of War prequels.

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