The NPD Group has released the list of the best-selling retail PC games for September 2006 in North America. The most popular MMORPG, World of Warcraft was knocked by EA’s The Sims 2 Glamour Life Stuff into the second position. However, since World of Warcraft launched in 2004, it has been dominating the first position for nearly 2 years. And when its first expansion The Burning Crusade releases (speculated to be released this November), the Azeroth temperature may rise again. Let’s wait and see.
MMOGs listed in the Top10:
World of Warcraft (2nd)
Guild Wars Factions (10th)
About World of Warcraft
Too famous to introduce, click HERE to get more info about WOW and its Burning Crusade.
About Guild Wars
Its game developer leader is Jeff Strain a former Blizzarder.Guild Wars takes the best elements of today?s massively multiplayer online games and combines them with a new mission-based design that eliminates some of the more tedious aspects of those games. You can meet new friends in towns or outposts, form a party, and then go tackle a quest together. Your party always has its own unique copy of the quest map, so camping, kill-stealing, and long lines to complete quests are all things of the past. Within a Guild Wars quest you have unprecedented freedom and power to manipulate the world around you; with the dynamic quest system, your accomplishments have a unique influence on your future.