Weekly PC Sales See Left 4 Dead, MMOs Reign

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September's forthcoming assault of massively multiplayer games continues to dominate the sales charts, as pre-orders for Aion appear on both Steam and Direct2Drive's listings, with Direct2Drive also seeing Champions Online and Fallen Earth rank highly. The respective figures for each digital distribution outlet follow below:

Steam's Top Ten (by Revenue) (8/16 - 8/22)

  1. Left 4 Dead / Valve
  2. Aion Collector's Edition (pre-order) / NCsoft
  3. Counter-Strike: Source / Valve
  4. Killing Floor / Tripwire
  5. Team Fortress 2 / Valve
  6. Fallout Collection (F1, F2, Fallout Tactics)
  7. The Orange Box / Valve
  8. Hearts Of Iron III / Paradox Interactive
  9. Valve Complete Pack / Valve
  10. Osmos / Hemisphere Games
Direct2Drive's Top Ten (8/16 - 8/22)
  1. Champions Online (pre-order) / Cryptic
  2. Fallen Earth (pre-order) / Fallen Earth, Icarus Studios
  3. Aion Collector's Edition (pre-order) / NCSoft
  4. Rise of Flight / neoqb
  5. Civilization 4: The Complete Edition / Firaxis
  6. The Sims 3 / The Sims Studio
  7. Fallout 3 / Bethesda Softworks
  8. Hearts of Iron III with Sprite Packs Bundle / Paradox Interactive
  9. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare / Infinity Ward
  10. Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete Bundle / Obsidian
From The Chatty
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    August 25, 2009 9:04 AM

    People buy CS:S? Wasn't CS free? It sucks now anyway. I started with beta5 and played all the way up to CS:S, though my hayday was around 1.0, 1.1, when CS was amazing

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      August 25, 2009 9:13 AM

      I started at Beta 1, and Beta 5.2 was still my fav :)

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      August 25, 2009 9:15 AM

      Those I must say I played gungame a bunch last year with zero gravity, and that was pretty fun.

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      August 25, 2009 10:20 AM

      Absolutely. They fucked up CS with their half a$$ed Source conversion, those who worked on that didn't have the heart needed to finetune it. :/

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