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Indie hit Her Story has shifted 100,000 copies in its first month on sale.
Rare Replay has debuted at the top of the UK All Formats UK Top 40.
Four weeks after it first claimed the top spot, LEGO Jurassic Park is back to No.1 in the UK All Formats Top 40.
Stat trackers IHS has shown its latest market data ahead of next week’s E3 - revealing that $92bn will be spent on games this year.
The Witcher 3 is once again No.1 in the UK All Formats Top 40.
In March, we combined digital sales with physical to put together an alternative UK chart, and the reaction was incredible.
The vast majority of console game sales still come from physical stores, new data reveals.
Mojang’s blockbuster game Minecraft continues to take the top position in both of the iOS charts.
It’s been an impressive month for Japanese publisher Bandai Namco as it takes its third No.1 in as many weeks with The Witcher 3.
The CEO of Take-Two says the lack of digital data in the games market is misleading.
Mojang’s runaway success Minecraft continues to be incredibly popular on YouTube.
Mortal Kombat X is once again No.1 in the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
The latest entry in Warner Bros' Mortal Kombat series is once again in pole position of the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
Grand Theft Auto V was this week’s No.1 game in the UK if digital numbers were included, MCV understands.
From Software and Sony’s PS4 exclusive action RPG Bloodborne was the best-selling PS4 game on PSN in March.
Battlefield Hardline has spent its second week in pole position of the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Last week’s ‘official’ UK Top 10 chart would have been totally different if digital sales figures were taken into account.
EA's new Battlefield game Hardline has debuted at No.1 in the Gfk Chart-Track Top 40.
Warner Bros and Techland's open world zombie title Dying Light once again takes pole position in the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
Henry Degnin, digital account manager at Generation Media, examines how mobile and online properties kept the TV advertising market afloat last year
January is generally a quiet month for games, and this year it was no different.
Three new entries in the Japanese software charts push down previous top dogs Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi, and Pocket Monster Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
2014 was the first full year for the New Generation, and you could tell.
Grand Theft Auto V is once again No.1 in the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi and Pocket Monster Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire continue to be the best-sellers in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.