The best-performing games of the month: September 2016

The best performing games of September were those that were the most relevant to the news of the day.

They were: • Overwatch: $8.4 million, second only to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

• Fallout 4: $6.3 million, the second-highest grossing title of the year.

• The Walking Dead: $5.9 million, only behind Destiny 2.

• Destiny 2: $4.4 billion, the third-highest global grossing game.

• Madden NFL 17: $3.3 billion, fourth-highest worldwide.

• NBA 2K17: $2.9 billion, fifth-highest.

• Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: $1.8 billion, eighth-highest domestic.

• Overwatch’s $8 million is also the second biggest single day total ever, and the sixth-biggest single day gross of all time, behind The Witcher 2.

It is the second most profitable title of 2017, behind Destiny 1’s $1 billion.

The Witcher 2 is also, in a word, the best game of the week.

It topped the sales charts for the month of September with $5 million in sales, more than double the $3 million of its predecessor, The Witcher 1.

It also overtook the sales chart for the week of September 14 to 15, with $2 million in sale, more even than Destiny 1.

It’s the most successful game of September so far, but it also remains in the top 10 for the past seven months.

It holds the record for most revenue-to-earnings ratio in a single month, at 2.15, beaten only by FIFA 17.

This is a record, but not an entirely new record.

The game’s previous record for revenue to earnings ratio was 1.81 set in May, 2016.

In fact, The Last of Us: Remastered’s revenue to sales ratio is the highest in history for a single game, beating even Destiny 1, Destiny 2, and The Witcher.

The total is a whopping $9.6 million.

That’s a good chunk of money for a game that was released only a month ago.

If it was released a year ago, it would have earned $2 billion.

But it’s been a year since it was originally released.

So why are the game’s biggest sales being so high?

It’s probably because Overwatch was released on the day that the world lost its favorite character.

Blizzard, which owns Activision Blizzard, released Overwatch on Tuesday, the same day that President Donald Trump signed a decree declaring the Second Amendment the official law of the land.

Overwatch was also on the same Friday as the Republican National Convention, which is why Blizzard released a huge promotional campaign for the game during the RNC.

Overwatch has also been the subject of multiple high-profile shootings and protests in the United States and elsewhere, which have helped push sales of the game.

As a result, Blizzard’s Overwatch has been the top-selling title in the US for weeks now, with millions of players around the world flocking to it to earn the title.

Its top-seller in China is Call of Dutys, another Blizzard title.

Overwatch, of course, also has a massive worldwide following, with more than 10 million people playing the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

It’s a testament to Blizzard’s ability to make a massive impact in the gaming industry, which has been shaken by mass shootings and the Trump administration.

The company is one of the biggest developers of video games in the world, having worked on such games as World of Warcraft and Diablo.

Its success and popularity are partly responsible for Blizzard’s recent growth, and its ability to sell more than a billion copies of Overwatch each month.

The company has made some changes to Overwatch to make it easier to access and share.

Blizzard announced a new mode called “Challenges” earlier this year, a collection of challenges that players can complete that can reward them with new skins, hero and weapon designs, and in-game items.

The Overwatch community has embraced the new modes, which are currently available to play on PlayStation and Xbox.

Overwatch is the third biggest-selling game in the history of the company, behind only Destiny and The Last Of Us.