Entries in '2011' (98)
Handheld announcements, the launch of 3DS and the first of many hack attacks made for an eventful start to the year.
We all know which games you liked the most this year – we only have to look at the charts to figure that out. But what about the people that ...
There’s no hiding from the fact that 2011 has been a year to forget for retailers.
US consumers spent an estimated $4.2bn on video games in Q3 overall – a year-on-year drop of 11 per cent.
Retailers in Japan will receive 200,000 more units of PlayStation Vita in time for launch, bringing the total shipped to 700,000.
Generation Media takes a look at why more games TV advertisements are longer than ever, with a year-on-year comparison.
Retail discounting Skyrim helped the UK games retail market generate a whopping £68.3m last week – a ten per cent rise over the week prior’s £62.2m.
At last, UK games retail has reason to cheer following a strong month of sales. But November wasn’t all about Call of Duty:?Modern Warfare 3 and Assassin’s Creed:?Revelations.
Forget the doom and gloom on the High Street. UK games retailers generated £268m in software sales last month.
The US games retail market generated $3bn overall in November representing a year-on-year rise of 0.4 per cent.
Skateboarding star Tony Hawk says he will be announcing an upcoming release on the day of the Spike Video Game Awards.
Digital Minds’ Angry Chickens has become the best-selling iPhone game this week, according to the latest charts from Apple.
The market value dipped ten per cent to £54.6m, down from last week’s £60.9m. That’s still a huge amount and should increase as Christmas approaches.
Over 30 new titles hit shelves today to mark the last big week of the year in terms of new releases, including Zumba Fitness 2, WWE '12, Angry Birds on ...
The UK games market fell by 50 per cent week-on-week. But that’s not bad news – it still generated £60.9m compared to last week’s record high of £120.8m.
Global retail giant GameStop predicts the digital games market will hit $35bn by 2014.
Paris headquartered publisher Ubisoft has reported a £32m loss for the first half of the financial year, despite preventative measures to curb expenditure.
We look at recent TV advertising activity for games and the leading campaigns for the week ending October 16th year-on-year.
A special guide to the new Saints Row and WWE games is now available to download, read in your web browser or access via your iPad.
The fourth Eurogamer Expo drew record crowds and nabbed big game exclusives. We speak to MD Rupert Loman and publishers about the show’s rapid growth.