Entries in 'chart-track' (63)
Dead Island: Riptide defied the critics by becoming the UK's best selling video game this week.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features Disney vs Activision as the battle for video game toys begins.
Over 6m Skylanders figures were sold in the UK last year, GfK Chart-Track figures reveal.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II was 2012's biggest selling game of the year at UK retail.
UK boxed games retailers sold 2.23m video games last week.
UK retailers made £211.3m from video game sales last month.
Microsoft proves the Spartan super soldier still has what it takes as Halo 4 debuts at No.1 in the UK charts.
Ubisoft's flagship franchise has broken its own records with the release of Assassin's Creed III.
The Olympics may be over for the rest of us but not for Sega, which enjoyed a third week at the top of the charts with its London 2012 tie-in.
Sega takes a second Gold media at UK retail as its official Olympics tie-in holds onto the No.1 spot of the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
UK games retailers made £8.4m from software sales last week, the lowest since records began.
Chart-Track director Dorian Bloch reveals the Top Ten games on single platforms, in terms of both unit sales and revenue, and takes a look at how controller sales have altered ...
Kinect Star Wars helped the UK games retail market get back on track last week, which generated over £2m more than it did the prior week.
In this new regular segment with insight from leading stat-trackers, Chart-Track director Dorian Bloch reveals the Top Five best-selling video games brands in the UK...
FIFA Street is this week’s retail No.1, beating the week one sales of all of its predecessors.
THQ is back at No.1 with UFC, however the game has failed to match the sales of the previous games in the series.
The latest RPG franchise from Electronic Arts has stormed the charts in its debut week, taking No.1.
UK trade body UKIE has sold its stake in charts body GfK Chart-Track - but still has a deal for exclusive access to its data.
The pressure is on EA and Activision, as Ubisoft became the No.1 publisher over Christmas.
It wasn’t a great week for UK games retail, with the market shrinking by a third. £14m was generated from game sales overall which is almost £7m less than last ...
You know that Entertainment Top 40 released last week and published online by the games press (including MCV)? Well it was wrong.