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- Posted on Oct 20th 2009 3:20PM by Benjy Eisen
As for the larger video game market, these two releases ranked third and fourth overall last month. Still, the Beatles game was able to bring in more profit than better-selling titles due to its price points and packaging configurations, as one version of the game sold for $250 and included replicas of the Beatles' instruments. What this means for the crippled recording industry is that where the CD might fall, the video game could rise.
Additional Beatles tracks are being rolled out for 'The Beatles: Rock Band' -- including the full 'Abbey Road' album today -- while new games such as 'DJ Hero' and 'Band Hero' continue to hit the market. Strange days, indeed.