Entries in 'Charts' (339)
The International Software Federation of Europe has vowed to solve the digital market research crisis – by sourcing data from gamers.
Publishers must make sales figures of downloadable games public if the industry is to prosper.
Games based on the LEGO toy brand continue to build in strength with four titles in the UK Top 40.
The critical and commercial star of April was unquestionably Portal 2 by Valve and published by EA.
It was EA that dominated the charts this month with some 12 games in the Top 50.
Critical favourite Portal 2 is this week's No.1 according to the latest UKIE charts from GfK Chart-Track.
THQ’s new IP Homefront beat Pokémon and a string of high-profile EA titles to become the biggest selling game of March.
Committed readers of MCV will know that the contrast between last week’s cover stories and this week’s couldn’t be starker.
PC kingpin Valve has insisted it is not interested in handing over data for a digital games chart.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness is still the UK's No.1 video games according to the latest data from UKIE and GfK Chart-Track.
505 Games' Zumba is the UK's No.1 video game this week.
After a massive marketing campaign and a huge amountof hype, THQ's big FPS contender Homefront has debuted at the top of the UKIE games charts compiled by GfK Chart-Track.
The question about why we don’t have a digital sales chart yet rolls around regularly.
The industry must unite and start sharing data if we’re ever going to get a digital download chart.
Dragon Age II is the UK's new No.1, according to the latest chart info released by UKIE GfK Chart-Track.
Nintendo can celebrate a double triumph this morning with confirmation from UKIE GfK Chart-Track that Pokemon White and Pokemon Black have claimed first and second spots respectively in the UK ...
Trade association UKIE has called on publishers to sign-up to its download chart for PC games.
After a period of intense interest amongst certain parts of the online games community, Atlus' PS3 and Xbox 360 outingCatherine has debuted at the top of the Japanese software charts.
Over half a million fewer games were sold in the UK last month compared with January 2010.
It's a New Year and we have a new UK Number One. Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops has seen its reign at the top of the listings disrupted for ...
It's usually the biggest spending period for the games industry - but the last weekend before Christmas offered no growth for the UK games retail.
With just two days of selling left in Chart-Track's current sales week, any title hoping to capture one of the year's most coveted sales crowns has its work cut out ...
Amazon’s own-branded monochrome e-reader Kindle is proving a surprisingly popular games machine.