Entries in 'Charts' (71)
Overwatch was the best-selling title at UK games retail last month.
The massive success of Pokémon Go has caused the sales of two older Pokémon games to rise by over 140 per cent.
For the third week in a row, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens claims the top spot in the UK charts.
Blizzard’s new shooter IP Overwatch manages to maintain its position at the head of the UK Top 40 this week.
Bandai Namco had the best-selling UK physical game of April in Dark Souls III.
Steve Howse’s Slither.io once again dominated the free UK App Store charts last week.
The Wii U actually had a No.1 game in the UK.
With a lack of new releases hitting shelves, Call of Duty once again retains the top spot in the UK All Formats chart.
The latest entry in Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is manages to hold on to the top spot in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
The latest Call of Duty doggedly refuses to abide by the established narrative of decline, with Black Ops III claiming this year’s Christmas No.1 title.
One week remains until the UK's Christmas No.1 is decided and Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III is once again the top dog in the UK All Formats chart.
EA’s football blockbuster FIFA 16 has claimed its sixth No.1 this year.
November charts: Call of Duty, Fallout and Battlefront cause blockbuster month for the UK games industry
November proved to be a major month for the UK games industry, driven by a trio of major launches - Call of Duty, Fallout and Star Wars Battlefront.
At last! The UK games industry has some digital download charts.
The latest Star Wars game has unsurprisingly shot to the top of the Japanese retail rankings in its debut week.
Star Wars Battlefront debuts at the top spot in the UK charts and has the fourth biggest week of any game this year.
Fallout 4 has tripled the sales of its predecessor New Vegas, rocketing to number one in the UK retail rankings.
Blockbuster shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops III has shot to number one in the Japanese retail charts, fighting off a number of home-grown titles.
In a contrast to the UK’s Halo-ruled rankings, Japan’s retail charts were last week dominated by home-grown titles from the territory.
RPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD has shot to the top of the Japanese software charts in its first week.
Football blockbuster FIFA 16 has now spent one month in first place in the UK Top 40.
Wii U exclusive Super Mario Maker is riding high once again in Japan, as it fought off competition from Uncharted and FIFA to take the chart top spot.
The best selling PlayStation 4 of last month was Destiny: The Taken King.
The end of The International and the release of The Grand Tournament has led to Blizzard’s Hearthstone and Valve’s Dota 2 swapping places in the September Twitch charts.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016’s Japanese launch has highlighted the huge number of gamers still playing on older consoles.