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Attorney Generals Office investigated the firm for false and deceptive advertising in 2008. The company eventually agreed to settle for $500,000.Gambit denies that Facebook or other social networks have removed its ads: "Gambit is, and has always been, up and running on our clients? applications on Facebook, MySpace, and many other venues online. We're not happy that there has been news otherwise, and we are working to address the issue. We will be announcing the real story in days to come."
As the PlayStation 3 version of Konami's soccer game Winning Eleven 2010 drops from first to sixth, Sega's new PSP game J-League Pro Soccer Club kept the sport in the top position on the Japanese weekly charts.The evergreen Japanese-developed soccer franchise J-League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! 6: Pride of J for PSP debuted at number one for the week ended November 15, selling 85,000 units, according to Media Create. Last week, rival publisher Konami's World
Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 had a big number one debut with 218,000 units sold on PS3. The game sold 49,000 units this week.As Pokemon Heart GoldSoul Silver maintained the second spot for another week with combined sales of 63,000, Namco Bandai's Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for PS3 debuted at number three with 58,000 units.Other new entries for the week included Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers for Wii, which sold 35,000 units, and Capcom's
DS game Mega Man Battle Network: Operation Shooting Star, which sold 23,000.Titles dropping off from last week include Namco Bandai's Tekken 6 for PS3 and Super Robot Taisen NEO for Wii, and Sega's Bayonetta for PS3.Below are the sales for the week ended November 15 (thanks to NeoGAF for translation help): LW TW Title Publisher Platform Weekly Sales NEW 1 J-League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! 6 Sega PSP 85,000 2 2 Pokemon Heart GoldSoul,For more news,please visit the website https://www.mmogo.com/