Hellgate: London tops US best selling PC games

Guess all the negative reviews didn't really put a dent in sales for Hellgate: London eh? Go on Flagship Studios! Here are the Top 10 best selling PC games for the week ending November 3rd:

1. Hellgate: London - Electronic Arts
2. Hellgate: London Collectors Edition - Electronic Arts
3. Half Life 2: Episode 2 The Orange Box - Electronic Arts
4. Age Of Empires III: Asian Dynasties - Microsoft
5. The Sims 2 Bon Voyage - Electronic Arts
6. Nancy Drew: Legend Of The Crystal Skull - Her Interactive
7. Flight Simulator X: Acceleration - Microsoft
8. World Of Warcraft - Blizzard
9. The Witcher - Atari
10. The Sims 2 Deluxe - Electronic Arts

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Game still sucks after you realize every 20 mins you get a memory leak error and ya it is currently designed for single player.. (Hard to form teams)

Xsabin said,
Game still sucks after you realize every 20 mins you get a memory leak error and ya it is currently designed for single player.. (Hard to form teams)

Not everyone has a memory leak issue (I don't) and while the game isn't geared for single player really, the multiplayer portion of the game could use a once over to make things easier to group up and all that.

Woah. I'm pretty surprised. It's actually a real shame that it's so unpolished and riddled with technical problems, they really stunt the enjoyment at times, and I'm sure they've probably already lost a fair number of would-have-been long-term players.

I'm looking forward to everything being fixed up though.

Bought the game too. Bought another game this week and I predict week ending November 17 Crysis will be at the top. I'll be devastated if any other game beats that like Sim City Socities.

No, we're all sitting here with the game f---king disappointed to s---.

Okay, maybe not to that extreme, but it's already put up in my cabinet until some major patches come into play. At this point, it's unplayable. Or, scratch that, it's playable, but nowhere near what was expected.

I expected a stable game, decent features, BALANCED classes, and a lot more. It didn't have to be nearly as rich as WoW, but when you can't even meet up with standards set a few years ago, it's kind of sad. Anyhow, it's just a matter of waiting it out. Hopefully, they start focusing on s--- that matters like stability, and NOT cheesy event content.

Again, the event content was already MADE. Why wouldn't they use it then if the content was already there to be used?

They are working on the game, as I said the other day just log into the test center server to see how much smoother and more stable the game is already. And what do you mean balanced classes? The classes are very balanced, I haven't see anything that makes one class super powerful over another.

LOC said,
Again, the event content was already MADE. Why wouldn't they use it then if the content was already there to be used?

They are working on the game, as I said the other day just log into the test center server to see how much smoother and more stable the game is already. And what do you mean balanced classes? The classes are very balanced, I haven't see anything that makes one class super powerful over another.

Okay, but how about the people complaining about event items STUCK in their inventories? Or was that a feature?

Look, I'm not arguing that it outright sucks. All I've really said is that it needs work.

Dakkaroth said,

Okay, but how about the people complaining about event items STUCK in their inventories? Or was that a feature?

Look, I'm not arguing that it outright sucks. All I've really said is that it needs work.

I'm not saying the game is perfect, far from it. It has many, many problems. But they will all be fixed, I have faith in FSS that they will come through on that. And the inventory thing is a bug, I have had it also. Not that big of a deal really, in comparison to other "major" bugs so to speak.

I just find the constant negative posts about HGL to get on my nerves already. Most people who bad mouth if haven't even played the game that I can tell. There is something extremely addicting about a loot driven dungeon crawler, especially one as good as HGL (and Mythos, and Titan Quest and Aventcast etc etc)