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Battleblock Theater, Terraria were April's big XBLA sellers

Side-scrolling multiplayer RPG Terraria continued to sell comfortably on Xbox Live Arcade during April, while newcomer Battleblock Theater saw a great launch.
Newsbrief: Side-scrolling multiplayer RPG Terraria continued to sell comfortably on Xbox Live Arcade during April, while newcomer Battleblock Theater saw a great launch. Terraria added 161,698 new players during April according to data from Gamasutra columnist and blogger Ryan Langley, bumping its total players figure up to 289,642. Meanwhile, The Behemoth's Battleblock Theater saw total sales of 143,301, with first week sales of 60,556 -- decent sales compared to the average first week XBLA sales, but down compared to The Behemoth's previous game Castle Crashers, which saw over 100,000 sales in the first week. More information on April's XBLA sales can be found on Langley's blog.

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