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Hit releases such as BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider were sadly unable to stop another month of annual decline in the US video games market.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
Saturo Iwata accepted responsibility for lower than expected international sales of the 3DS.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel suggests that the launch of the iPhone 5 has propelled iOS back into the leading position in the US handheld market.
Popular iOS action adventure Infinity Blade has undergone an interesting transformation – it has been turned into a political beat ‘em up.
The Nintendo 3DS has sold nearly twice as many units in the US in its first year than the DS managed in the same time period.
Ubisoft has at last lifted the lid on one of this year’s potentially biggest hits – Assassin’s Creed III.
The upcoming August NPD figures will be the first to factor in the effect of the global PS3 price cut, but one analyst firm has said that it won’t be ...
Joint sales of Pokemon Black/White reached 1.08m copies on their first day of release in the US, Nintendo has announced.
The total value of the US games market hit $1.22bn in September, down from the $1.32bn seen in the same period the year before.
An anonymous American company has completed the purchase of Project Myworld from collapsed studio Realtime Worlds, Develop can reveal.
Ubisoft’s long-awaited Splinter Cell: Conviction has emerged as the best selling game in April in the US market, according to numbers from NPD.
A restructure right at the very top of leading global publisher Activision has seen the company split into four units – one handling Call of Duty, another dealing with internally ...
Following the trend set by video games hardware sales in the US last month, software sales suffered a 15 per cent year-on-year decline with the total February value hitting $624.4m.
Codemasters has this morning told MCV that talk of an impending closure of its US office is incorrect, though it has confirmed six job losses at its Californian operation.
After what may well be looked upon as a troubled year by its own standards, Nintendo has emerged from 2009 buoyant thanks to news of record-breaking performances from the Wii ...
The North American video game market was worth $20.2bn in 2009 – an eight per cent decline compared to 2008’s $21.4bn.
The mighty DS once again emerged as the best selling console in North America for the month of September, but the numbers gave each platform holder a chance to celebrate.
The notion that games are recession proof is now well and truly forgotten – but perhaps the rise of both digital downloads and free-to-play online gaming is as big a ...
Over-the-top free roaming action title Prototype topped the June software charts in the US, with the 419,900 sales enjoyed by the Xbox 360 SKU bettering both high-profile new arrivals and ...
Gaming’s recession-proof credentials took a further knock overnight with news that the North American video games market suffered its fourth successive month of decline in June, falling 31 per cent ...
May proved to be another tough month for US games retailer with market research body NPD stating that the market suffered a 23 per cent year-on-year drop in revenue in ...