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Sales of the PS4 were up 15 per cent but it’s the Vita that has claimed the weekly Japanese hardware sales crown, Famitsu sales data has revealed.
February is not traditionally a big sales month, but this year was even quieter than usual.
FIFA Ultimate Team is five years old and to celebrate EA COO and former EA Sports boss Peter Moore has unleashed some impressive stats.
January is always a quiet time of the year – this year more so than normal with only a handful of new releases.
Sony has taken an impressive lead over the Xbox One across the pond.
Angry Birds is the latest game to become embroiled in the international government spying scandal.
A thread on the PlayStation forum regarding a specific data corruption error is pointing towards a problem for Sony’s machine.
Government monitoring of internet data presents an “advanced persistent threat” according to a new pro-consumer blog from Microsoft.
Plain Vanilla’s smartphone game QuizUp has found itself in the middle of a security storm.
Pre-orders are sky high, but the latest data from Kantar Worldpanel reveals that the number of consumers eyeing Xbox One and PS4 is significantly higher.
Venture capitalists view investing in the digital games market as a “throw of the dice”, says former Sega boss Mike Hayes.
Call of Duty: Ghosts UK launch sales are around 50 per cent lower than Call of Duty: Black Ops II, retail sources have told MCV.
UKIE's digital charts project has taken huge strides this year, with more data than ever so that we now have a semi-accurate picture of the UK PC download market.
Those who buy Call of Duty: Ghosts on current-gen machines won’t miss out should they then migrate to Xbox One or PS4.
Circulation figures have been released the first six months of 2013, but once again games magazines aren't amongst them.
EA has announced that those who buy into the current-gen FIFA 14 launch in September will not lose their Ultimate Team progress if they go next-gen.
New research suggests that releasing a demo before a game is released with actually damage potential sales, potentially halving the number of copies it will shift.
Sony's widely acclaimed PS3 thriller The Last of Us is the UK number one game this week.
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.
No third parties were involved in yesterday’s Xbox Entertainment security breach, Microsoft has confirmed.
The rebooted Tomb Raider is the new UK No.1.
UK games execs were left scratching their heads last month after a string of big budget action games failed to lift games retail out of the gloom.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – discusses the state of the UK games industry.
Sony’s decision to slash the Vita’s price to just ¥19,980 – that’s around £140! – has certainly reaped rewards.
Sony Japan’s president Hiroshi Kawano has revealed that sales for Playstation Vita are up 400 per cent in Japan.